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Bad starter yes....I confirmed that after I took it out and had it tested. Now I have the new one. It wont energize. What voltage am I supposed to read at the connections key on and key in start position? Also how many ground wires are attached at bottom post of starter mounting bolt?
Looks like the ones that you linked to, draw 3w per bulb ×6 =18w per light. That might be a stretch for your mule's electrical output. If you didn't use the lights for very long, maybe ten minutes or so at a time, while the engine is running. Just like you have to do, when you're using a winch, you might be okay. You'd definitely need to always use a battery maintainer type charger, when it's parked, to make sure the battery doesn't get too low. This is all based on two assumptions; that your mule doesn't have an alternator, and that you'd have these lights on a separate switch, with only occasional use. If they replace the existing headlights, you'd need to know how much power you're saving there. But I'll bet those old lights use plenty of watts.
I', thinking of replacing the headlights, as they aren't very good for night driving anymore, and Christmas is coming up
im thinking about these. Do you think my battery would still work good with these? I think it said they draw 9 watts each.
I fired it up after i got the belt cover on and all, to be sure nothing was rubbing on anything etc. I'm really pleased, It fires right up, just a quick turn of the key.
It used to spin over for 3 or 4 seconds before it started.