The ignition switch on the Kawasaki Mule can render the vehicle unstartable. And if the neutral safety is bunk, the lights and electrical components will come on, but the UTV won't crank over. Broken or frayed wires are often to blame when electrical issues arise, and damaged or waterlogged solenoids regularly occur in Kawasaki Mule side-by-sides as well. On top of all that, bad batteries can also be the cause of electrical problems. Because there is so much that can go wrong, troubleshooting electrical issues in the Kawasaki Mule can be tedious and tiring. But once you've identified the problem area, the remedy is often quick and painless. And if you buy your replacement Kawasaki Mule electrical parts from Everything Kawasaki Offroad, your electrical repairs and upgrades will be even easier! So end your suffering and replace any electrical component with a better version from Everything Kawasaki Offroad now!