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I removed the screw so the hummer could go in gear 2 and now it doesn't reverse or drive in gear 1, tried to adjust it and now it doesnt move at all would could be the problem?

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    I REMOVED THE SCREW SO THE HUMMER COULD GO IN SECOND GEAR AND NOW IT DOES NOT WANT TO GO IN REVERSE OR FIRST GEAR ANYMORE

  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    Little Tikes Hummer. 1st AND REVERSE GEAR DOES NOT WORK. 2ND GEAR ok.

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It sounds like the 1/2 switch. There are 2 switches in the lever one is 1 and 2 forward control and the other switch is forward and reverse switch. I was running into the same thing with my sons and when I switched the 1 and 2 to 2 and then flipped the reverse the reverse and high gear works. The site referenced above has the switch for sale $16.95 plus shipping.

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I had the same problem with my hummer, so I ended up replaceing the wiring harness.
I was able to find it at this website:
http://www.shopjandl.com/kids---baby-ride-on-toys-little-tikes.html
I would email them about the part because they may have a few more questions to make sure you get the right parts.
Hope this helps.

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