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Just bought a Jeep Hurricane Power Wheels for my daughter. I thought it was kind of funny that when the shiter was i the down position the vehicle went forward and when the shifter was in the forward position it went into reverse. At this time I srtill had the low speed screw installed. My duaghter finally got used to steering and the low speed and I removed the low spoeed screw. Now the vehicle has one low speed with the shiter in the down position and two reverse speeds in the two forward shifter positions???? Please help. it almost seems as if the wirig is backwards??

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Thats exactly whats wrong with it,, reverse the wires on the switch itself that controls the direction and you should resolve your problem

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