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Hello, My friend has an older Kawasaki Brute Force (power wheels) from Fisher Price. This has stopped operating and have traced the power supply through the system. By checking the continuity and voltage, we have found that there are bad components that carry the power through to the wheel motors. Where can we find electric replacement parts? like the power relays, boards and switches..

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