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A charging battery's light is red. If it turns green then it means it is fully charged. Since you had stored your battery for a while, try to charge it by using a battery charger to kickstart it. It should work. Whatever transpires let me know. thanks and rate this answer.
Charge battery, start engine, then touch the small terminal on the altenator momentarily with a jumper lead from the hot terminal on the alt. Charge light should go out and batery should be getting a charge. why it does that i still can't figure it out, but it works!
Yes, most any manufacturere will pay for the materials, but NOT the labor...yeah I know it stinks!!! You buy new and figure you have a warranty and then they wack you with labor charges anyway... go figure...
you need to charge the specific power wheels charger into your battery.
I have a power wheels jeep and a peg perego gator but had to get 2 different chargers for them.
I charge my batteries up for about 18 hrs at a time and they seem to run fine.