1988 Kawasaki Mule 1000 Engine Noise
Hey everyone, as the subject says I have a 2022 Mule Pro-MX EPS LE and need to know where to connect the ACC wire for a switch panel I bought. The switch panel has 6 buttons to be able to wire up light bars, wench, radio, etc... This will allow it to only receive power when the mule is on instead of my radio being left on draining my battery for example.
Under the seat are 2 fuse boxes next to the battery. On one of them is a fuse labeled ACC - the backside of it has what appears to be 4 wires going into it. I assume I can splice into one of these 4 wires for the ACC wire for the switch panel, just not sure which one and having a hard time finding a wiring diagram.
Am I on the right path here or is there a better location to wire in an ACC wire for this?
Thanks for the help!
I got myself into a project with an MSU500 that I got after a dealership had done a teardown on part of the engine. The previous owner had been riding and it died. i was told the dealer said that whatever was wrong couldn't be fixed, parts not available. A bolt for the Starter Clutch had loosened and vibrated out destroying the Stator and shearing the Woodruff key. I have replaced all of that and put the motor back together. My problem now is I'm a Carb. guy never touched an EFI machine and I am getting no gas to the motor. I have confirmed that there is No gas getting to the cylinder, it fires with starting fluid. The fuel pump is working, i have pressure to the Injector and power to the Black and White lead on the Injector and the same on the Red and white lead to the ECM/ECU. I have been reading and trying to understand some of the troubleshooting steps that I've found. I also have done the test with the Injector pulled out and put in a container and tried, not even a drop of fuel comes out. I have also tried with a New Injector installed with the same results.
I know this is not a Simple system but any input, or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
On a side note: This probably needs a new topic. but while i'm and this will sound foolish but.
Does anyone know where the Fuse Box is on a 2016 MSU500?? Believe me I've gone thru everything Under the hood. It is not in with or near the battery box as one manual says. Not one the firewall, inside out under the hood. I have spent hours working on both sides of the motor and Under it and I've not found it there. And after looking up a New Part for this I can't even find what are shown to be the correct Leads from the wiring harness to Plug into the unit.
I thank you All in advance for any suggestions or info that you might be able and willing to provide,
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Hi All- Long time reader, first time posting. I have a 2016 Mule 4010 (model: KAF 620V). I am having an issue since overloading the payload a couple days ago (yes I'm a dummy). I live on a very hilly property and I was trying to move some large oak rounds for firewood splitting. I put WAY too much wood in the bed and when I started driving, it sputtered, kicked out of gear, and then cut out. I unloaded all the weight and started it again - appeared to be running fine when idling and/or driving on flat ground at slow speed. But when try to go fast or uphill, the RPM's rev high and it sounds like the motor is fine, but it has ZERO speed or power at all (literally creeps uphill at like 2-3 mph and won' go faster or take any weight), and has no power at all.
Other info: 3 weeks ago I did a belt replacement. So I was worried I perhaps screwed that up somehow. But I just opened the clutch housing to check and the belt and clutch appear to be working just fine.... sooo.....
Any ideas what I screwed up by overloading payload and immediately trying to drive uphill? Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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