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  1. Thanks cliff, appreciate the feedback. I will check the range of play and fix or adjust as needed , Thanks
  2. 2004 Kawasaki Mule 3010 Diesel 4x4 KAF950B2 rack and pinion assy is held against frame by 4 socket head bolts (10mm x 23MM) holding the rack in place with metal clamps over rubber holders. when I move my wheels the rack moves in those clamps. I have tightened the socket head bolts to the limit (they bottomed out against the frame yet the rack is still loose enough to move when the wheels are turned. It can only move the distance allowed by the clamps but I would think it shouldn't move at all. My question is: Is this common, is it supposed to be that way? The rubber pieces under the
  3. Members 0 2 posts Posted 3 hours ago Travis, this has happened to me and I chased the issue for a week before I discovered the problem to be the positive terminal bolt on the starter. when tightening the nut to hold the cable the bolt can get turned and lose a bit of its contact . the bolt has a head on it shaped like a rectangle and it engages a similarly shaped area inside the solenoid. When you try to start it and all it will do is click, try this: grab the cable near
  4. Travis, this has happened to me and I chased the issue for a week before I discovered the problem to be the positive terminal bolt on the starter. when tightening the nut to hold the cable the bolt can get turned and lose a bit of its contact . the bolt has a head on it shaped like a rectangle and it engages a similarly shaped area inside the solenoid. When you try to start it and all it will do is click, try this: grab the cable near the post and turn just a bit CCW. if it then starts you have discovered the issue. once the bolt head is seated properly or close to it current will pass prop
  5. Nedw to the board live in the mountains of northwest Arkansas and have bought a 2004 Kawasaki Mule 3010 diesel KAF950B2. Really like it, haven't found all its problems as yet . Previous owner changed wiring and I am slowly rewiring back to original. I am about to remove and test glow plugs and in looking for replacement glow plugs I find the price too expensive. MY QUESTION: does anyone know of a glow plug that will fit that is also under $20 a piece? Please let me know. you may contact me direct if you choose, [email protected]

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