By John Graves
I have a brand new Mule with less than 20 hours. Every time the weather gets below 10 degrees, the spark plug fouls out and the Mule won’t start. The dealer is aware of the problem,because the first time it happened he came to my farm with a plug and wrench in hand and it started right up. I don’t want to have to replace the spark plug every time it gets below 10 degrees.
Hi, I'm a mechanic and am at a loss for a customer's 2021 UT400. This thing only got used for the end of the summer, only has 3.3 hours on it.
So far I've found:
No start - starter switch works, relay in relay/fuse box clicks. Solenoid is operating as it should, no signal to solenoid to start. Starts and runs when I hard-jump the solenoid.
No F or R lights on dash - N lights up, and goes off when shifted into either gear
No brake lights - tested switch, it works as it should
No turn signals
Parking brake light is on - switch is working correctly, doesn't change status
All connectors are secured, no wires look out of place. I have an incredible dislike for HiSun equipment. Every one I've dealt with has been full of gremlins. Has anyone else had any issues like this? Would this be something wrong with the dash? Or the relay/fuse box? or both? I don't want to contact Coleman and have them send a bunch of stuff that won't fix it, especially with how long electronic stuff takes to get these days. The last warranty I did for them was a go-kart that shelled the drive shaft bearings and it took 4 months for them to send us the parts.
Any help or knowledge would be much appreciated!
Wiring harness is a mess has anyone ever tore it all out and only put in the basics. Power ,ignition ,starter, stator and regulatorBy Hisun .500
So my hisun 500 is tore up and all the wiring is wasted i was wondering can i pull out all the wiring and just put in the. Basics .please help
By Chris Miller
Good Morning Folks..Happy New Year, I have been having some intermittent issues with my 2015 American Landmaster LM500 not going into neutral. Seems if I shut the engine off it would pop into neutral. Yesterday I was splitting firewood with a 500 pound log splitter that I pushed to my wood area up a slight grade. I was not able to get it into neutral which I assumed was due to the pressure of the weight of the splitter pushing back. after I finished splitting wood, I used the weight of the splitter to roll back down the hill to my driveway. I unhooked the splitter but still could not get it to go into neutral or start. I dragged it back into my barn with my mower as I don't leave anything outside over night. I am at a loss what to check to try to fix this. I use my UTV (Eustas) every day that I am at my place where I keep it and will be lost without it. Thoughts?
By wes treleaven
Hi all, New member and new joyner trooper owner here.
Just picked it up yesterday. I worked for it. -40C here in Winnipeg, Canada loading it into a trailer. Unit was too tall. Some ratchet straps, recopricating saw and a lot of F^#ks.
Anyway she came with a broken front driveshaft. One of the ears was cracked off. I have a replacement but i am unsure how the driveshaft comes off the transfer case.
Doesn't sem to pull off or have any way to remove it. Any suggestions??