2007 610 mule will foul a pug after 1 hr of run time on clock. Plug will be black with sut. Buddy go a 610 and it does same thing. Have had dealer adjust valves twice and still does it. When i bought mule valves were ticking and I ran it that way for some time and took it in and dealer adjusted valves and that is when problem started. I rechecked valves and the were tight and I adjusted to .005 and still fouls plug. I always use no ethenal gas and have gone to a hotter plug. I have read that this is a common problem with mule. Any help appreciated.
Does any one have a wire color code on wires one the rear relays on a trooper 2 2008 model i had a lower relay on the rear fuse block melt down so i pulled the wire couldnt remember so i looked and thought the black with read was ground any way its a mess please help if you can thanks Bodyman ps also were do people get parts now days i could use a fuel sender thanks agin
I'm embarrassed to say but I'm 58 years old and I never changed drum brakes before lol. I have my mule that won't hold fluid. when I drive at top speed my brakes don't work. I can let off the gas and stop ok so that is all that I have been doing. There doesn't seem to be any leaks around maser cylinder. I'm dreading that I will screw something up trying to change the brakes. They have never been serviced. Only oil, fuel and air filter maintenance. I looked on youtube but no videos of this model online. I feel capable to do the job based on videos that I have seen with other drum changes.
My question here is what advice can you give me on this job? What to look for and is it just a drum replacement kit that I need? Do the cylinders come with it? I'm assuming that's where they are leaking at although I see no evidence of leaking from the OUTSIDE of the hub. My Kawasaki dealer estimates 7-800 dollars to repair without having seen it. I can't pay that but I'd like to try it myself. What I DON'T want to have happen is that I pull the hubs and screw it all up and not be able to put it back together.
Thanks in advance. And don't laugh