Kawasaki Mule 550 Tilt Bed Kit NOS
So I have a new(ish) 2020 Coleman outfitter 550. It came from TSC with 10hrs and needed some work. After changing the choke solenoid, spark plug, fuel injector and battery, it ran great! However after a hard rain storm, I went out to start it and the dash lit up as normal but there was nothing from the engine. I heard what I think was the starter click but nothing after that. I ordered a new starter just in case, but does anyone have any other idea of what it could be? I assume something that should not have gotten wet, got wet but I have no clue as to what. I also checked the fuses, and nothing blew.
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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!
Pretty new to the whole UTV thing and my outfitter 550 has around 35 hours so I figured it’s time to do an oil/filter change and grease the zerks….but then was wondering if I should also drain and replace the front/rear differential fluids? I don’t see anything in the outfitter manual mentioning differentials and I can’t find any videos or instructions online if this is something I should be doing and if so at what intervals? If anyone has any videos showing where to even find the differentials on this name/model I’d be greatly appreciative.
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