Question about Toys
1.Test the electric motor in the car by clipping the two wires.
2.Have a good 9volt battery to test with
3. Strip both of the wire ends.
4.Wrap one wire around the positive terminal of the battery and wrap the other end around the negative end of the battery.
5.Motor should begin to spend.(IF MOTOR DOESN'T SPIN YOUR MOTOR IS BAD). PLEASE REPLACE.
6.If motor does spin. Barely apply pressure the turning motor with your hand. If it stops turning or has a not torque at all the motor is bad.Please Replace
7.If it motor is good solder the wires back into the circuit.
8.Make sure all gears turn with the the motor and look closely to see if one is not striped. If one is Please Replace.
To replace parts tou will have to go back to the manufacturer.
You didnt specify what type of car this was. For example a Power Wheels, Radio Remote control,or just a switched toy car that you turn on and place on the floor.
If it is a large toy do the same test procedure but with a larger battery. If it is a Power Wheels I would prefer a car battery.
The elecric motor is the only thing that would make your 36 ford behave in this manner. I am sure this what your problem. I just gave you these test procedures so you can be sure yourself.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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