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My sons car has been on the shelf for a couple of years. I put new batteries in the controller. Does the battery pack in the car need to be replaced I can't seem to get it to move. Directions are gone

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Both the car and the controller should have battery pack in them.
so yes replace them thats if it does not have a charger for it.

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