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Gator wont go

12 volt battery is ok
both motors turn with a secondary power supply (forw and reverse)
power goes through gas pedal(white wire not blue)
fuse is okay
gas pedal pressed down all wires light up except reverse wire and groundwire
gas pedal pressed down and put in reverse gear the blue wire does not light up, no power

i'm thinking its the reverse switch.

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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 www.mypegperegoparts.com

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