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Need the wireing veiw for hook up for the pettle to make the equipment operate. that relays to the battery connection that goes to the foward and reverse pettle.two reds ,one white one blue (one of the red wire is used for connecting for front and backwards togeather post.

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SOURCE: only goes in reverse after recent charging

I would replace the high/low switch and the reverse switch.
I had the same problem of it not going forward, but I just replaced the high/low switch. It turns out 1 month later I had to replace the reverse switch.
Here is the link to the site that I found my switches on.
Hope this helps

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: what wire connect to garor foot switch there red

look at the motors wires to check the colours
the foot switch has 3 terminals
1 for reverse is further away from the other 2 [low & high gears]
I hope this helps you!
any dramas feal free to ask me again
Cheers Rob

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Hi, you might have fixed this already, but I usually email the repair department at if i need any help with my kids toys.
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SOURCE: gator wont go

No, just the shifter. Just to check you can exchange the red and blue wires under the pedal(just for a second or so, do not do this permanently) to see if you get power to the wheels, if so then yes it is Definitely only the shifter, but I am still pretty sure it is just the shifter. you can also call Peg Perego Tech support which is excellent and they can help you too 1800-728-2108 and parts can be priced and found at

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