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Kawasaki Mule not working... Need Help


CChilds92

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Hey guys I have a huge question, I am with the Melbourne beach Fire Department and we have a Mule 3010 that we use for Marine rescues. The problem I have is that the mule does not want to start. It cranks over and the batter works, the problem is that it is not getting fuel and not wanting to run. I have just replaced the fuel pump and bypassed the fuel filter straight to the pump and still nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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