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It will not do anything when you push the gas pedal and i have charged the battery but i'm not sure if the battery is any good and it's the little john deer tractor and trailor

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Check the battery and the charger and make sure that they are putting out at least 12 volts

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If you have a clicking problem, I would check the wiring on the foot pedal. something is not connected right, which is making the fuse click.
You can contact J&L at this link or call there toll free number.
They have switches and other parts for these peg perego gators, but I would talk to them to make sure.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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Both wheels should spin in 2nd gear. Only one wheel may spin in 1st, but if you put a little pressure on the one wheel that spins it should make the other wheel start spinning.
But both wheels should spin in high gear at the same time.
Hope this helps. If there is more help you can also ask these guys at this website. I get my parts from them and they seem to also work on them as well

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hi, open the hood. disconnect the battery and connect the charger and leave it 8-12 hours. if you dont have a charger, ebay is the best place to pick one up cheap!
good luck!

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This may sound stupid but don't mean it to... Have you tried with the choke all the way open? Do you have an automatic cruise? Is the right (correct) pedal being pushed in? These will affect if it starts or not. Also if your drive belt or one of the other belts not being tight enough will affect if it starts or just turns over. Not too many things can stope it from starting with new/good battery AND if its getting gas. Try cleaning your gas line and obviously making sure there is no obstruction around or near your blade, if it does start with blade engaged that is :)) If it doesn't start with blade engaged, well make sure it's in neutral. Mine won't start in reverse but will in forward or neutral. Hope it helps. Anthony

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You will need to check all the fuses, the main and inside fuse box. for the amp fuse to blow the jumper cables or battery were installed backwards. check all fuses i think you will find another bad one. as far as the batttery light being on, you may have a bad alternator. the car will run until it drains the new battery. the battery light may still be on once you get car started. have the charging system checked.

Again i think its just a bad fuse, the car was starting fine until the battery replacement.

The last thing is that sometimes they loose the idle memory or get flooded from connecting battery with key on, try to start by controlling the gas. hold gas pedal to floor and try to start engine. asengine starts slowly release gas. if car stalls out when gas pedal is let go then restart and hold gas pedal a little for about 2min then release and let idle, good day.

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The problem with a lot of dodges is that the computer will loose the idle memory when battery power is lost, to regain the idle just hold the gas pedal a little to keep engine running for about 2-3 min then release the pedal and it will idle on its own, if the battery goes dead it will loose idle again.

As far as the battery going dead you will need to check a few things, first have the battery tested a bad battery that doesnt hold a charge can test good and still be bad due to it can not hold a charge. the battery is charged and if it tests good try this, unhook one battery terminal over night or for as long as it takes to drain normally. if the battery goes dead unhooked then the battery is your problem.

At the same time the battery is tested have the alternator tested. Make sure its tested good. what i mean is tested at idle with all acc on, like lights heater, rear defoger and etc.

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Do that about 2-3 times, then try to start normally.
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