By John Mason
Thanks for the forum.
I am currently installing a turn signal and horn kit on a Mule 2500 that was gifted to the local ranch owner. His health is not so great, and other than a car, he has no other way to get into town. The driveway is a mile long...
Attached are some photos. The prior owner disconnected the parking brake light grounding/indicator cable. I fixed it and reconnected it (shown in photo). Following the wiring harness, there is a 6-pin block (see second photo) up front, nothing plugged into it. I have what I think, is a fairly accurate wiring diagram.
I cannot find the VIN anywhere on the vehicle. I have no paperwork on it and neither does the owner. We know who owned it previously but he doesn't have paperwork on it either. I have looked NUMEROUS places, and googled it.
I do not know the year.
There does not seem to be any indicator light for the parking brake. I think the light was physically removed from the dash (see third photo).
What parts are missing? What are they named/part numbers if you have them?
What I have done so far:
Fixed the parking brake switch
Fixed the brake lights, the wiring in the back was pulled out, cut, a mess. (fixed)
Added a third center high brake light, tying it to the wiring harness. Positioned just below the air intake. (added)
Added bright red LED strip lights, at the inner side of the rear downtubes, to be used later for the turn signal indicators.
Ready to order a $15 steering column strap-on switch for hazards and turn signals.
Parking brake switch (fixed)
What are these? They were bundled up underneath the dash with a ziptie. The beige block has the red wire return from the parking brake.
Wiring diagram. These seem close to the existing vehicle.
Dash photo. So you can see what is missing and let me know.
1-Got some clicking type noise as if metal to metal and sounds like it is coming from both front and rear A arms. They don't have anything their to grease except maybe take the bolt out and slide back in it?
2-Also manual doesn't give a brand name for the oil filter or a cross reference to buy one at auto parts store.
3-Air filter---where is it? manual I goggled has it in 2 different locations but NO air filter to be found. Maybe it doesn't have one.
4-Love the buggy so far, got LED lights, stereo system, seat covers.......yep and got stuck mugging first time out but had a blast.
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