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I need a service mauual for a 610 4x4 Kawasaki mule


go to a service agent /center
try e-bay
gi google and type in - service manual for kawasaki mule model 610-- and see if there are any down loads
you probably mean workshop manual so type that instead of service

Oct 29, 2016 | ATVs

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What size fuses go in 2006 mule that are right above the battery


Please refer to the user manual. This site doesn't have it.

Oct 12, 2016 | kawasaki 2006 Mule 610 4x4

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Where can I get an ignition wiring diagram?


Kawasaki might be able to provide the diagram.

Dec 17, 2015 | kawasaki 2005 Mule 610 4x4

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Info for Mule 610


sounds like electric fuel pump when it quits,take fuel line off at carb turn key on you should hear pump and see fuel coming at line

Sep 21, 2014 | kawasaki 2013 Mule 610 4x4

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I HAVE A 2007 KAWASAKI 610 MULE, I NEED THE COLOR CODE TO REWIRE THE IGNITION SWITCH


go to your local dealer . tell them what you need , they will photo copy it from their repair manual.,prolly complete diagram too. kaw. very good about this kind of help.

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HOW DO I REMOVE FRONT HUB ON MULE 2005


first off secure the buggies tyers with chocks either a brick or some wood blocks then proceed to jack up the tyre and axel you would like to remove - remove the tyre proceed to remove the hub once you have established where the bolts _ cotter pin etc are located

May 27, 2014 | kawasaki 2005 Mule 610 4x4 Camo

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Front hub removing


remove the wheel then undo the big nut in the center then remove the brake caliper then remove the big nut and the hub will come off !

May 27, 2014 | ATVs

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2011 Kawasaki Mule: Loses power when it warms up. even in cold weather. further you push the gas pedal less power it has.


If you have a vent hose coming out of your gas cap make sure it is not kinked. A kink in the hose will cause a vacuum in the gas tank and very slow gas delivery to engine, which would become apparent at higher engine rpms including after warm-up.

Mar 17, 2014 | kawasaki 2011 Mule 610 4x4 XC

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