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Power Wheels barbie jeep wheels slipping

When the gas is pushed the wheels on the back of the jeep slip. The teeth are not in the grooves. How do I fix this?

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Ihad 1 for my son the solution is if you have plastic whells i to screw somme screws in the whells you get better traction it workt for me dench

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