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Power wheels extreme machine just stopped working. New batteries..

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You can get your power wheels parts directly through power wheels toll free number, or they will send you to the closest repair center. They should have a complete wire kit.
Here is there website
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Power Wheels only makes the battery connector available as part of the whole wiring harness. There are several parts that Power Wheels will not sell directly to consumers, these usually include the wiring harness, motor/gearboxes and the switches.

If you do need the motors, battery & wiring harness it is most likely not worth repairing. That being said the Xtreme Machine is no longer made by Power Wheels, and the closest thing would be the Dune Racer they now produce. So if you are really wanting the machine repaired you will have to take it to a Authroized Power Wheels service center and have them repair it for you.

The battery you can purchase usually off of Amazon, Toys R Us or from one of the many service centers like us. Power Wheels put two different style batteries into those vehicles depending on the year made. So it may either have 2 6V Red batteries or it might have 1 12V Gray battery. Here is a link to the batteries on our site:
Genuine Power Wheels Replacement 12 Volt 6 Volt Batteries

As for the motors & the wiring harness you would need to contact you local service center. Here is a link to the service center locator: Mattel and Fisher Price Consumer Relations Support Center Power Wheels...

Also before you get too far into this project be sure to look at the new vehicles they make that are very similiar: Power Wheels Products



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