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RJMJR,
‘Have you ever connected backup lights off the transmission reverse switch through a relay circuit to power LED cube back up lights mounted in a rear bumper? I saw a couple of applications in the Kawasaki mule pro - smart book that claim ( if done properly) will not fry the ECM & will work properly when in reverse.
Are you aware of this book/application & if so, Do you endorse this application?
I looked at the Kawasaki Mule Pro - Smart Book. I like any of the relay methods; page 15, 16, or 17, better than just splicing into the ground wire to the reverse switch.

If using the optional switch shown on page 17, I would add a diode. See my previous post #23.
 

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Man i was half way thou this tread and was thinking the Whole time im going to post the MuleBook pdf, then Wayla already done, thanks Jeremy! I would like to buy the man or men or woman who put that together and buy them a few cold drinks!! have used it multiple times for a few small add on's ive done and Going to do! Plus having all the Wiring schematics is Awesome
 

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Man i was half way thou this tread and was thinking the Whole time im going to post the MuleBook pdf, then Wayla already done, thanks Jeremy! I would like to buy the man or men or woman who put that together and buy them a few cold drinks!! have used it multiple times for a few small add on's ive done and Going to do! Plus having all the Wiring schematics is Awesome
I looked at the Kawasaki Mule Pro - Smart Book. I like any of the relay methods; page 15, 16, or 17, better than just splicing into the ground wire to the reverse switch.

If using the optional switch shown on page 17, I would add a diode. See my previous post #23.
Thanks Zebrafive! I will use one of the relay options & update this thread when finished.
 

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Bigfish, did you happen to view the PDF in my first post on this thread. It shows the three places that Kaw provides for Plug and Play into the 12v circuits.

1) Front - Left side of the front area (Female Spade Connectors). "Horn Accessory" is a Brown/Yellow wire with 12v @ Ignition on from Fuse Box 1, Fuse #5, the 20A Light Fuse. You can plug directly into Ground on the right side up front to the Black/Yellow Horn Button Accessory wire.


2) Front - Center of the front area (Female Barrel Connectors). "Accessory Terminals Front" is a Brown/Red wire with 12v @ Ignition on from Fuse Box 1, Fuse #3, the 15A Accessory Fuse Front. There is also a Ground there - Black/Yellow.


3) Rear - Right rear area along the frame (Female Spade Connectors)." Accessory Terminals Rear" is a Brown/White wire with 12v @ Ignition on from Fuse Box 1, Fuse #4, the 15A Accessory Fuse Rear. There is also a Ground there - Black/Yellow wire.
Hello, This is great information, but I purchased a brand new 2020 mule pro fxt and I'm trying to install a winch. Those two wires (Brown / Red and Black / Yellow) are absent. I've looked all over the front hood area and I can't find them anywhere. Any ideas on where a 12v ignition source would be?
 

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Might be behind the instrument panel, my Pro MX had them with bullet connectors, brown/yellow, black/white inside of a rubber boot
 

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Thanks for responding Jeremy. I'm in a wheelchair and am not quite the right height to look inside the compartment completely, but I found it. Works like a charm.
 

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Sometimes pulling the "dash" is the easiest way to access those wires.
There are also two sets under the seat for adding rear 12v outlets.
 
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