How do you adjust the idle on a Kawasaki mule?

How do you adjust the idle on a Kawasaki mule?

Locate the idle adjust screw, or accelerator stop screw on the side of the carburetor that is above the top of the rear axle of the vehicle. Loosen the idle adjust screw by moving it a 1/4 turn, counter-clockwise. Start the engine and see if it runs smoother.

What does DFI mean on a Kawasaki mule?

digital fuel-injection
In part two of our series on electronic fuel-injection (EFI) and digital fuel-injection (DFI) engines in August 2009 OPE, we covered some components that can be tested but not repaired.

How do you make a Kawasaki mule go faster?

An easy way to increase the top speed of your Kawasaki Mule is to make sure that the tires are fully inflated — the flatter your tires are, the slower you’ll go. Disabling the governor is another action you can take to reach faster speeds.

What is DFI system?

The Kawasaki DFI is a proven system in terms of simplicity, reliability, ease of maintenance, performance, economy and reduced emissions. The system uses an Engine/Electronic Control Unit (ECU), which monitors engine speed, load, atmospheric pressure, engine and air temperature. This is called an “open-loop” system.

How much compression should a Kawasaki Mule have?

Anything from 190 to 230 is good as long as the difference between the two cylinders is less than 10%. I recommend you spring for the service and repair manual, as the Mule does require valve adjustments and belt service to keep them running for years.

Is there an airflow sensor on a mule?

The Mule does not have an airflow sensor, it’s a very crude EFI which is adjusted at factory and the ECU doesnt’ have very much adaptation built into it if airflow changes outside a very narrow pre-programmed parameter. Post #1. Hi. I took my 2016 Mule 4010 Trans 4×4 in for 500 hour service last week.

Where can I get a new sensor for my Kawasaki MULE?

The dealers will stonewall you, so just get the new sensor via the parts catalog, it is #21176-2106. There are still some of the old style sensors in the system, so be sure you do not get #21176-2096. Get one and try it before you replace all of them. The other really critical issue is the fuel.

Why does my Kawasaki ATV won’t idle?

So the most common complaint ends up being “won’t idle”. In extreme cases, the throttle sensors get so fouled up that the ECU senses faults and shuts the spark off to the front cylinder.

Why does the oil never get hot on a mule?

In the Mule application, the engine oil never gets hot because they idle and putt around their entire lives, thousands of hours. The engine (no engine) is completely efficient in burning ALL of the fuel/air mixture that enters the cylinder (s).