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SOURCE: 12v battery powered barbie jeep

If you are comfortable with wires then go to walmart and get a schumaker battery charger from the automotive department. either the Maintainer or the next one up I think ist is model 600 They are much better than the stock chargers because when the battery is full they automatically switch over to float mode so the battery doesn't get cooked. www.modifiedpowerwheels.com has lots of info on exactly what you would need to do. The chargers are 20 and 30 I believe and they can be used for other things like lawnmowers and car batteries if needed.

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I know you are technically strong to do the bypassing part. But assumption is to do with fuse.

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