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Kawasaki Mule 1999 Model
First, I would check to make sure the carbs are getting fuel, and then fuel getting into the cylinders. Your question about low oil - did you let it get low and then it quit? ...
If you put oil into the cylinders and only got 100psi, this might be your problem. You should be pumping around 120+psi without putting anything into the cylinders... Recheck the compression.= .take out all spark plugs...screw the gauge in until the o-ring seats, hold the throttle wide open while spinning the engine over for about 5 seconds... you should get 120psi +/- 10psi.
If you are getting less than 100psi.. it might be time for a rebuild..
on Jun 13, 2017
Kawasaki Mule bleeding coolant causing problems
Its probably the head gaskets. When you do the compression test its not running and the holes in the gasket could seal up. When it gets hot a hole could appear in the gasket or even a crack in the head.
Its clear from the rising coolant levels that something is putting pressure into the coolant, do the bubbles in the coolant smell of fuel?
on Dec 22, 2013
Oil pump problems
pump is suffering excessive oil pressure
you are very short on the details of the failure --broken shaft , gears , chain housing etc but I would be checking oil passage blockages, faulty pump pressure regulator spun bearing that the pump feeds into the oil galleys
on May 09, 2017
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