The foot pedal or accelerator button that is pushed to start the 4 wheeler doesn't work anymore. It began a few weeks ago, it would go on and off like something was loose. But after I looked at it closer, nothing on the outside seems to be loose making me think a switch is bad or something of that sort.
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Re: Peg Perego Polaris 4 wheeler, won't move
May need battery or is just rusted! I'd buy a can or two of WD 40 or similiar lubricant and spray it all over all the rusted metal I can get to then turn the wheels by hand as much as possible but that's just me! Good Luck!
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Further information will be required unless you would nlike a simple solution like. Step one start said vehichle Step 2 apply foot ti brake pedal and put gear selector in drive Step 3 remove foot from brake pedal to accelerator pedal Step 4 apply presure to accelerator pedal untill desired speed has been acheived Note these steps will not work for manual transmission see section 37
Clutch plate and pressure plate seem to be too weak to pull the car. To test the clutch plate, park the car on flat surface. Pull the hand brake up, start the car, depress the foot brake pedal, depress the clutch pedal, put the car in 1st gear, press the gas pedal and leave the clutch pedal at once, while keeping the brake pedal depressed.
Follow one of the two following statements:
1. Engine does not shut down and remain start. (Clutch plate, pressure plate and clutch bearing defective - Replace all as a set)
2. Engine shuts down. (Clutch system is OK and does not require any repair).
Well, you are definitely getting power from the electric plug in.
Let's do some diagnostic work. Do you hear anything when you press the foot pedal? Any hum? Did you happen to leave it in bobbin winding mode?
your machine doesn't have a "sew" button for use without the pedal. So please rotate the hand wheel toward you as you press the pedal. Did the motor take over and sew?
If you know someone with a meter... have them test the pedal. (they will place probes on/in the part that plugs in which tests for shorts, etc.) If that tests ok... then we know it's something more than the pedal and it will need servicing by a Singer Tech.
try jumpering the battery directly to the motors to see if the motors spin, if they don't then replace the motors as needed, if they do spin, then use a multimeter and check for 12 volts at the motor wires when the accelerator is pressed, if its showing no volts then work your way back to the shifter switch and check for volts, then to the foot pedal to find where the power isn't getting through then replace components as needed