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We have got a kawasaki mule 2510 , the problem is when i go into 4 wd there is a clonking every so often. it doesnt sound like a violent clonk. could it be adjustment on the cable, because it sounds to me that it is slipping in and out of 4wd

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the part is called a stattor or statter but it should be a black box with raised lovers on it attached to out side of bike usually in the front with 2 or 3 wires coming from it to a plug then the wires going into the engine.Check the plug for fit and cleaness or Change that box if that doesn't work it's internal. take it to a dealer or independent and have repaired

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Go to "Repair Manual".com and they have a very good service manual for the Mule. It's about 50 bucks but it's well worth the money. John

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OK, probably the carburetor needs to be cleaned out or rebuilt.

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