Question about Toys
I don't have any control lights or panel lights come on when I turn the key switch on. I've checked all the fuses and relays and there all good and I have power coming to them but still nothing when I turn the key on.
Check your ignition switch. There is an electrical component that turns on some electrical stuff when you turn the key to accessory. I had a similar problem once. Do not confuse the key locking mechanism with the switch.
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
test the motor with your own battery. connect the battery directly to the motor if that work is the controller, easy.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
sounds to me like a bad connection or a weak solenoid causing the voltage drop. a good alt charges at 14.25-14.50. it takes voltage to open solenoids not close them.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
SOURCE: 97 Cat 426C IT ser#
take an ohm meter to the ignitions wiring tro check for a short. a fuseable link may be inside of one wire especially to the starters solenoid. All cars have these links to protect the wiring from fires starting
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
SOURCE: I've replaced the batteries and
Hello, I believe what the problem is, in your throttle switch or more often the connection to your battery, even though your battery might be good, bad or loose connection can cause this. Most electric toy cars, go carts, buggies, and other similar electric toys, all operated on a electrical switch mechanism. They are effective when working, but unfortunately from my experience poorly built, meaning they wear out real easy. When working properly, you press the pedal, activates the electrical circuit by way of the switch. Think of the switch as like the ignition on a automobile. It works kind of the same method.
I believe personally it is in your connection to your battery. However here is what did here to help you out. I have put to REAL GOOD links to help you. One link is to the sight, which shows you parts and cost for parts, and on same site i gave you the link that takes you to the Ground force trouble shooting guide of possible problem and solution based on the symptom. I think this will help you. Links are below and please copy and paste them in your browser and let me know if anything else i can help you with. Thanks Mike
Thanks Again, Mike , (Fiya Expert.)
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
first of all check for at least 12 volts from the battery and the charger, you can test this using a multimeter
Posted on Jun 14, 2012
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