Question about Fisher Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX Ninja Ride-On Toy
I have a 6 volt battery power wheels car it has no reverse button the only button it has is just to make it go as I charge the battery it only goes in reverse don't know what to do that used to work fine it's at for a little while we charge the battery up and now it goes reverse instead of forward what should I do
Posted on Dec 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you use a butter knife to pop out the forward\reverse button there is 2 other prongs that the wires are no connected to. Connect the wires to the unused prongs. I had this problem and I was going to order a new switch until I tried this. It worked for me.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
It will most likely be the Failsafe foot pedal switch. You can pull that switch out and order a new one through online vendors such as Amazon.com or you can make the repair on the spot by purchasing a "sealed 60 amp starter button" from your local autozone and replacing this for the old one. You will have to make it fit in the old compartment, but that can easily be done with an oversized washer. If this toy truck has three wires going to the pedal switch and most likely it does, disregard the orange one and only connect the white ones and the red one. That fixed the problem on my little one's Fisher Price Power Wheels Escalade. You can also check if the battery is good and if the motors are working by simply connecting each motor to the battery with a pair of gator clips and some cables. <!-- from fixya rte -->
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Power Wheels
check for a shorted switch under the pedal , its just an on and off momentary switch, so just run a jumper wire between the 2 contacts, and if it runs, replace the switch , if it doesn't, use a meter to make sure the switch is actually getting power to it
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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