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Razor Dune Buggy Problem

Our Razor Dune Buggy is having an issue. It says that the battery if fully charged and when the thumb tab throttle is pressed just a little it runs very slowly. As soon as the throttle is pressed more it stops running. The closest repair shop is about hour and a half away, and if someone has an idea what could be wrong with it I could buy the part myself and replace it. Please help!

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I have the same issue with mine. Batterys check out fine.. i'm starting to suspect the motor??

Posted on Aug 18, 2012

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