Kawasaki Mule Carburetor Rebuild & Cleaning | Kawasaki Mule 3000 | Partzilla.com



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Learn how to clean the carburetor on a Kawasaki Mule in this video from Partzilla.com. Over time, sediment can accumulate inside the carb and impact its performance. Here are the tools you’ll need:

Needle-nose pliers
10mm socket
1/8 ratchet
Flat blade screwdriver
Carb cleaner
Gasket scraper
Brass brush
Phillips screwdriver

We’ll show you how to remove the carburetor and then disassemble the carb. Next, we’ll show you how to replace the jets on your Kawasaki Mule. When you’re buying your jets, you’ll need TWO pilot jets in addition to two other main jets:

Pilot jet (quantity 2)
https://www.partzilla.com/product/kawasaki/92064-2132?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=description_btf

Main jet #90 (quantity 1)
https://www.partzilla.com/product/kawasaki/92063-2403?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=description_btf

Main jet #92.5 (quantity 1)
https://www.partzilla.com/product/kawasaki/92063-2402?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=description_btf

We’ll show you how to replace the floats in your Kawasaki UTV carburetor, replace the gaskets, and then put the whole thing back together again.

Read how to do this job step by step: https://www.partzilla.com/blog/kawasaki/mule/3000/carb/clean/rebuild?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=description-blog-link

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS:
Removing the top bracket – 0:23
Disconnecting the carburetor – 0:40
Removing the air cover – 1:55
Removing the carburetor – 2:30
Cleaning the carburetor – 2:50
Disassembling the carburetor – 3:50
Replacing the carb jets – 5:50
Installing the carburetor – 7:35

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In the video we’re working with a 2000-2002 Kawasaki Mule, but you may have similar steps for your Kawasaki UTV. If you’re not sure whether these steps apply to your machine, leave a comment and we’ll get back to you.

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12 thoughts on “Kawasaki Mule Carburetor Rebuild & Cleaning | Kawasaki Mule 3000 | Partzilla.com

  1. I know this is a bit off topic but do you have any recommendations on setting fuel mixture? I have a 2019 Mule SX and the owners manual recommends a carb adjustment if above 2000'. I'm at 4000' feet. Seems to run okay but concern it might be burning rich. Would love your input. Thanks.

  2. Does the smaller clear tube hook to anything on the other end? Mine is hooked to the carb and just hangs down by like the gas tank.

  3. Thank you. This is a great video. I was able to do it myself with no problem. I would recommend getting a new gasket for the air box/carb side and new seal for the air box too.

  4. Thanks for making this video first one I've seen for this mule model. My dad's mule is just like the one in the vid and won't stay idling. Going to clean the carb cause y'all made it look so easy. Thanks subscribed

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