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Replacement Battery for a KidTrax Fire Truck

We were given a KidTrax fire truck for free but the rechargeable 12 volt Safety 1st Battery in it needs replaced. We cannot find a battery for it anywhere. Any suggestions?

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I found battery on amazon, click here and take a look Finally charging for our multi device world. I hope this was helpful, have a nice day

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The batterey problem is easily solved i replaced one on my grandsons truck 2 years ago and no dramas you just have to fit differant connectors its a 5 min job you can use the original charger just fit new connectors .
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See this site for solution. http://www.cammhsm.com/Kidtrax

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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    Hi, Yes there are problems with the battery and the connector on these vehicles, any Kid Trax, Safety 1at or Pacific Cycle battery product. The batteries won't last if you puchase a stock battery from them. The connector is a problem, the charger is a problem and the battery is a problem. To find out how to resolve this issue and save some big bucks and be able to enjoy the toy go to www.cammhsm.com



    I fixed and have been fixing these things for over a year now and you will not have the problems you have been having, selling the vehicle, etc. Just check it out and see. Grrandpa Randy

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I have two of those batteries. My son had the fire truck and the first battery was holding a charge but the truck was acting funny so I assumed it was the battery and purchase a brand new one. We received the new one and put it in the truck and two days later the truck totally died. Now I have two batteries and no truck. We have them for sale on Craigslist in Metro Detroit.

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