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Re: motorized hot wheel cars
Remove the batteries, and all should be fine. the parts that arent plastic are galvanized metal. Should be ok. Think about covering with plastic or tarp to keep water out and forming ice cracking the plastic.
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If this was a real car this could be anything from anti-theft to a blown battery. Being as its a power wheels it would probably be the battery is ruined because it was charged sitting on concrete bare. Which will quickly destroy a battery. You may have to buy a new battery. The only other thing I can think of to check is if the motor is ruined powering the wheels. Which will be a much more expensive fix. Hope this helps:)
Avoid razor scooters. I bought one at the goodwill thinking what a deal ... After new bats and wiring still no working. I got taken for a ride alright !
Bought a Vespa and it works beautifully. Hondas are great too. Kids ride very summer. All summer same scooters . Razor is a scam.
Hi Erin, I have the same train and tracks I am getting ready to sell. Yes, there is a black plastic box type thing under the main part (seat) of the train. If I remember correctly, it snaps off the train and there is a place for "D" batteries to go. The box comes apart from the train and there is a lid that comes off the box which holds the batteries. I hope this helps. My kids had lots of un with this train. Good luck!
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Sounds like the gears are stripped. If a bunch of teeth are missing, only the high speed gear will spin the gears fast enough to move the gator forward. I just bought a used one and found it pretty easy to tear apart and diagnose as similar issue. The gear boxes, located inboard of each wheel contain plastic gears and strip relatively easy if the shifter is moved , during motion from forward to reverse.