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It has a problem staying in gear. It goes a few

It has a problem staying in gear. It goes a few feet then comes out of gear. Are the gears stripped?

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If the Peg perego gearbox is making a grinding or clicking noise, then It is a bad gearbox.
If the switches are not staying in place, then it may be a bad shifter.
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