Question about Peg Perego 12 Volt Rechargeable Battery
Check the battery with a multimeter and make sure that it is showing at least 12 volts, you can also check under the blue plastic housing of the battery and make sure that the positive and negative terminals are connected, also shake the battery and if it sounds like there is sand in the battery then its dried up and you'll need a new one, you can get one here www.powerwheelsoutlet.com
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
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