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Owner’s Manual with Assembly Instructions
Please read this manual and save it with your original sales receipt.
For Model 74370
Tools needed for assembly: Phillips Screwdriver, Hammer and Safety Scissors (not included).
Use only with two Power Wheels® 6 Volt Rechargeable Batteries with A-Style Connectors and Built-in Thermal Fuses,
and a Power Wheels® 12 Volt Charger (all included).
Requires three “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included) in Sound Box.

Table of Contents
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B
C
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E
F
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H
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Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Warnings and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Parts Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Label Decoration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Battery Care and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Caring For Your Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Rules For Safe Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
How to Operate Your Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Statement of Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Problems and Solutions Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Authorized Service Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

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Important Information

• Your new vehicle requires adult assembly. Please set
aside at least 60 minutes for assembly.
• You must charge your batteries for 18 - 30 hours before
you use your vehicle for the first time. We recommend
that you start charging your batteries before beginning
assembly. Please see Battery Charging beginning on
page 8 for detailed instructions.
• Read this manual carefully for important safety information and operating instructions before using your vehicle.
Keep this manual for future reference as it contains
important information.
• This vehicle is designed for use on: grass, asphalt and
other hard surfaces; on generally level terrain; and by
children 3 years of age and older.
• Make sure children know and follow these rules for safe
driving and riding:
- always sit on the seat.
- always wear shoes.
- only 1 (one) rider at a time.
• Please note that the front wheel of the vehicle can lift
slightly off the ground during use, especially if the vehicle
is driven forward in high speed from a stopped position.
This is a normal occurrence and is not cause for alarm.
The vehicle will not tip. The rear wheel is designed to act
as a stabilizer by restricting front wheel lift, preventing
the vehicle from tipping. To prevent front wheel lift, teach
your child to start the vehicle in low speed and shift to
high speed only when already moving forward.

• For safety reasons, your vehicle has been pre-set so
that it will operate at low speed. You must connect
the high speed hook-up to allow operation of the
vehicle at high speed. Please see page 25 for
detailed instructions.
• To prevent damaging the motors and gears, teach your
child to stop the vehicle before switching direction. Do not
tow anything behind the vehicle or overload it. Do not
exceed the maximum weight capacity of 65 lb (30 kg).
• If you have any questions about your Power Wheels®
vehicle, please call our toll-free service lines at
1-800-348-0751 from 8 AM to 6 PM (EST) Monday
through Friday. Trained customer service representatives
are available to take your call in English or French.
Habla Español? Si usted tiene alguna pregunta ó
necesita asistencia llame gratis 1-800-348-0755 para los
Estados Unidos. Tenemos representantes que hablan
español para atender su llamada.
• For your convenience, Power Wheels® maintains an
Authorized Service Center Network with more than
400 authorized service centers nationwide. Our
authorized service centers will repair or replace
parts under warranty at no extra charge, and can perform
non-warranty repairs for a minimal charge. Please see
the Authorized Service Center list beginning on page 29
to find the authorized service center nearest you, or call
1-800-348-0751.
• Please complete and return the enclosed Registration
Card today, or call 1-800-348-0751 to register your
vehicle by phone.

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Warnings and Cautions

ELECTRICAL HAZARD

WARNING
• Batteries can fall out and injure a child if vehicle tips over. Always use battery clamp.
• PREVENT FIRE
- Never modify the electrical system. Alterations could cause a fire resulting in serious
injury and could also ruin the electrical system.
- Use of the wrong type battery or charger could cause a fire or explosion resulting in
serious injury.
- Use of Power Wheels® components in products other than Power Wheels® vehicles
could cause overheating, fire or explosion.
• The battery must be handled by adults only. The battery is heavy and contains sulfuric
acid (electrolyte). Dropping the battery could result in serious injury.
• Never allow children to charge the battery. Battery charging must be done by adults only.
A child could be injured by the electricity involved in charging the battery.
• Never lift or carry the battery by the wires or connector. This can damage the battery and
possibly cause a fire resulting in serious injury. Lift and carry the battery by the case only.
• Read the safety instructions on the battery.
• Examine the battery, charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each time
you charge the battery. If damage or excessive wear is detected, do not use the charger or
the battery until you have replaced the worn or damaged part.
• HOT motors. Handle carefully.

RIDING HAZARD

WARNING
• Prevent Injuries and Deaths
• Direct Adult Supervision Required
• Keep Children Within Safe Riding Areas.
These areas must be:
- away from swimming pools and other bodies of water to prevent drownings
- generally level to prevent tipovers
- away from steps, driveways, roads and alleys.

CAUTION
• In the unassembled state, this package contains small parts. Adult assembly is required.
• Use the charger in dry locations only.

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2 . or are missing a part. • Please identify all parts before assembly and save all packaging material until assembly is complete to ensure that no parts are discarded.C Parts • If you experience a problem with this product.2 Fork Axle Steering Stop TM Vehicle Body Fender Left Footboard 4 Steering Bushing . please call us at 1-800-348-0751.2 Vehicle Frame Wheel Axle . Wipe all metal parts with a paper towel to remove any excess lubricant. • Metal parts have been coated with a lubricant to protect them during shipment. Wheel . rather than return this product to the store.

2 Gas Tank Soundbox Battery Clamp 5 Fork Cover .Inner Half Front Fork Right .Outer Half Headlight .Rear Half Left .Parts Exhaust Pipe Set Left .Front Half Seat Saddlebag .Outer Half Headlight .Inner Half Right .

437 (large diameter) retainers and one extra .Parts (Inner Half) (Outer Half) Right Left Shock Set .3* All Shown Actual Size *For your convenience.2 Hex Bushing .437 (Large Diameter) Retainer .2 WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E Handlebar Set 6 Volt Battery .2 Axle Bushing . two extra .354 (Small Diameter) Retainer . 6 .2 12-Volt Charger Not Shown: Label Sheet #8 x 3/4" Plastite Screw – 55 .354 (small diameter) retainer have been included.4 Round Bushing .6* .2 Handgrips .

9. 3.55 4 Label Sheet .2 Axle Bushing . Shock . 11.2 Headlight .Inner Half . 6 30 Saddlebag . 12. 20.Outer Half . 17.2 Hex Bushing . 19.2 28.2 Exhaust . 28 13 5 2 4 29 24 15 16 19 11 23 MT 18 14 31 9 30 10 12 25 4 14 21 7 8 29 11 26 1 27 12 1.2 Sound Box Front Fork Handgrip . .437 Retainer . Fender 26.4 Wheel Axle . 12 Volt Charger 29. Battery Clamp Not Shown 3/ " Plastite Screw .Outer Half .2 22 13. 4. 22.2 Round Bushing .2 Gas Tank Footboard Exhaust . 21. 15 16. 5.Front Half Headlight .2 6 Volt Battery . Vehicle Frame Vehicle Body Seat Wheel . 10. 2. 23.2 Steering Bushing . Shock .4 31. 7.D Parts Diagram 3 17 20 Note: Some parts shown are assembled on both sides of the vehicle. 18. 6.2 Steering Stop Fork Axle Fork Cover 7 25. 14.Inner Half .2 30. 24.Rear Half Handlebar .2 27.354 Retainer . . 8.

• When replacing the 6 volt batteries. About Thermal Fuses Your Power Wheels 6 volt batteries are equipped with built-in thermal fuses. charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each time you charge the battery. Once a fuse has “tripped”. Lift and carry the battery by the case only. use only Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with A-style connectors and built-in thermal fuses. For the location of the Authorized Service Center nearest to you. do not use the charger or the battery until you have replaced the worn or damaged part. • Do not short circuit the batteries. • Use only a Power Wheels® 12 volt charger with A-style connector (120 VAC 60 Hz 28W with an output of 12 VDC 1200mA) to charge your Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries. CAUTION Use the charger in dry locations only. • The batteries must be upright while charging. . If a thermal fuse in a battery continually trips under normal driving conditions. examine the battery cases for cracks and other damage which may cause sulfuric acid (electrolyte) to leak during the charging process. • Do not charge the battery on a surface which could be damaged by the acid contained inside the battery. 8 .Never modify the electrical system. • You do not need to remove the batteries from your vehicle to recharge them. or visit www. Alterations could cause a fire resulting in serious injury and could also ruin the electrical system. see page 29. WARNING • Batteries can fall out and injure a child if vehicle tips over. To avoid repeated automatic shutdowns. • Never lift or carry the battery by the wires or connector. Take precautions to protect the surface on which you charge your batteries. A child could be injured by the electricity involved in charging the battery. • Read the safety instructions on the battery. • Examine the battery. do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the 65 lbs. Dropping the battery could result in serious injury. • The charger is not a toy. The battery is heavy and contains sulfuric acid (electrolyte). do not charge the batteries or use them in your vehicle. This can damage the battery and possibly cause a fire resulting in serious injury. • The battery must be handled by adults only. If damage or excessive wear is detected. Battery acid is very corrosive and can cause severe damage to surfaces it contacts. please contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center. If damage is detected.Use of Power Wheels® components in products other than Power Wheels® vehicles could cause overheating. • PREVENT FIRE . fire or explosion. • Never allow children to charge the battery. maximum weight capacity or by towing anything behind the vehicle. Avoid severe driving conditions.com. such as driving up slopes or running into fixed objects. Battery charging must be done by adults only. it will automatically reset itself after approximately 25 seconds and allow the vehicle to resume normal operations. The thermal fuses are self-resetting safety devices which automatically “trip” and shut down operation of the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving conditions too severe. • We recommend that you start charging your batteries before beginning assembly of your new vehicle. Always use battery clamp.Use of the wrong type battery or charger could cause a fire or explosion resulting in serious injury. • Before charging the batteries.E Battery Charging Important Notes ELECTRICAL HAZARD • Your new batteries must be charged for at least 18 hours before you use them in your vehicle for the first time. which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is still being supplied to the motors and make sure your child stops the vehicle before switching speeds or direction.powerwheels. Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle. .

• Recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use of your vehicle.Battery Charging 1 3 Battery Connector WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O O R WARNING P R E V E N T • P E R A T E • • Slots F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E Ribs Battery Connector • Align the ribs on the top of one of the battery connectors with the slots on the bottom of the other battery connector. 2 • Plug the charger into a standard 120 volt wall outlet. make sure the switch is “ON”. • Stack the two battery connectors and press to join. disconnect the charger connector from the battery connector. Note: Make sure that the two connectors on the charger are also stacked and joined. 9 . Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. • Once the batteries are charged. A-Style Charger Connector WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E WARNING P R E V E N T • • • F I R E D o n o t b y p a s s a P o w e r W h e e l U s e o n l y a R e d P o w e r W h e e l s N e v e r m o d i f y t h e e l e c t r i c a l O R O P E R A T E A-Style Battery Connector GAP Incorrect NO GAP Correct • Plug the charger and battery connectors together. charge the batteries for at least 18 hours. The batteries are now charged and are ready to be installed in your vehicle. Push firmly to snap the two connectors together. Note: If power flow to the wall outlet is controlled by a switch. Do not charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. • Before first time use. Unplug the charger from the wall outlet.

• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. • Fit the two halves of the high speed hook-up connector through the square opening near the front of the vehicle body.F Assembly WARNING Children can be harmed by small parts. • Fit the tabs on the top of one motor harness connector into the slots in the bottom of the other motor harness connector and squeeze firmly to re-join the two motor harness connectors (see inset). 1 3 Rectangular Opening Narrow Rectangular Opening Vehicle Body Square Opening Motor Harness Connectors TM High Speed Hook-Up Motor Harness Connectors Motor Harness Connectors Retainer Tabs Rear of Vehicle Top View • Fit the motor harness wires between the retainer tabs so that all four motor harness wires are contained in the narrow rectangular opening. Do not over-tighten. Make sure the holes in the vehicle body and frame are aligned. . 2 Vehicle Frame 4 TM Tab Vehicle Body Left Footboard TM Slots • Insert four screws through the vehicle body and into the vehicle frame. or help in assembly of the vehicle. Helpful Hint! You may need to squeeze the left footboard in order to align the tabs with the slots. • Position the vehicle body on top of the vehicle frame. Make sure both tabs are in the slots. Do not over-tighten. one at a time. including the battery. • Insert two screws into the left footboard as shown. • Tighten the screws using a Phillip screwdriver. • Fit each motor harness connector up through the rectangular opening in the vehicle body. Care should be taken in unpacking and assembly of the vehicle. or by electrical items. sharp edges and sharp points in the vehicle’s unassembled state. Children should not handle parts. 10 Tab • Fit the tabs on the left footboard into the slots in the left side of the vehicle frame. Vehicle Frame • Pull firmly to separate the two black motor harness connectors near the rear of the vehicle frame.

Assembly 7 5 Right Exhaust Pipe . Make sure all the holes are properly aligned and the screw goes through all three parts. Right Exhaust Pipe . the vehicle body and into the vehicle frame. Make sure the right footboard is in place. • Fit the outer half of the right exhaust pipe (R) to the inner half of the right exhaust pipe. Make sure the peg on the inner exhaust pipe fits into the hole in the vehicle body. Note: The screw marked with an asterisk (*) in the illustration above must go through the hole in the inner half of the right exhaust pipe. • Insert four screws through the inner half of the right exhaust pipe and into the vehicle frame. 11 . Note the R (right side) and L (left side) markings on the inside of each piece. • Align the holes in the inner half of the right exhaust pipe with the holes in the vehicle frame.Outer Half TM Stabilizer Wheel TM Vehicle Frame (Right Side) • Separate the exhaust set pieces. Do not over-tighten. • Insert two screws into the right footboard as shown. Do not over-tighten. • Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver.Inner Half Vehicle Body Hole 8 Right Exhaust Pipe . 6 Peg Helpful Hint: Use a long-shafted screwdriver to complete assembly steps 7 and 8. • Fit the inner half of the right exhaust pipe (R) over the stabilizer wheel on the right side of the vehicle. • Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver.Inner Half TM TM * Right Footboard Vehicle Frame Vehicle Frame • The right footboard was inserted in the vehicle frame at the factory.

For each wheel.437 (large diameter) retainer on a flat surface. IMPORTANT! Labels 1 and 2 are designed to slightly overlap. 12 . 12 Guide 1 Guide • With the holes aligned.437 (large diameter) retainer to one end of the other wheel axle. apply label 1 before applying label 2 . Align the edge of label 2 with the guide marks on label 1. Align the edge of label 4 with the guide marks on label 3. Do not over-tighten. and labels 3 and 4 are designed to slightly overlap. Wheel Axle . • Tap the opposite end of the wheel axle with a hammer to secure the retainer on the axle. • Set one of the wheel axles aside for use later in assembly. dry cloth to make sure it is free of dirt and oils. • Place a . • Repeat this procedure to assemble one . Pull on the retainer to make sure it is secure. Make sure your hands are clean. • Apply labels to both sides of each wheel as shown in the illustration. • Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Apply label 3 before applying label 4. (The fork axle is shorter than the wheels axles. 1 Wheel Guide Guide 3 3 4 10 4 2 2 • Before applying labels to the wheels. Wheel Hex Bushing Hex Bushing • Fit two hex bushings into the center hole in a wheel. • Repeat steps 6 through 9 to assemble the left exhaust pipe (L) to the left side of the vehicle.) Set the fork axle aside.437 (Large Diameter) Retainer 13 • Separate the fork axle from the two wheel axles. • Fit the end of a wheel axle into the retainer. inside up. insert six screws to join the two halves of the right exhaust pipe. wipe each wheel with a clean.Assembly 9 Flat Side 11 Right Exhaust Pipe Wheel Axle Axle Bushing TM • Slide an axle bushing (flat side first) on a wheel axle.

. • Fit the other steering bushing underneath the neck. Note:The lower screw inserts through holes in the saddle bag and vehicle body. • While holding the hex bushings in place. • Fit a .437 retainer with a hammer to secure it on the end of the rear axle. • Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. 17 Steering Bushing Neck TM Back View Wheel Axle Axle Bushing • Slide an axle bushing (tube side first) onto the end of the wheel axle. Make sure all the screw holes are aligned. Make sure the flat end of the axle bushing fits into the groove in the fork arm. • Fit a steering bushing on top of the neck of the vehicle frame. through the wheel (with hex bushings) and out through the other rear fork arm. • Pull on the . • Repeat this step to assemble the other saddlebag to the other side of the rear fender.437 (Large Diameter) Retainer • Lift the pretend buckles on a saddlebag to open the saddle bag. Do not over-tighten. Do not over-tighten. • Fit the tab on the back surface of the saddlebag into the notch on one side of the rear fender. Make sure the axle bushing fits into the groove in the fork arm. • Tighten all four screws using a Phillips screwdriver. and then attaches to the vehicle frame. position the wheel between the rear fork arms of the vehicle frame. Vehicle Frame 13 Steering Bushing • Position the vehicle frame so that the front faces you.437 retainer to make sure the rear wheel assembly is secure. • Slide the wheel axle (with axle bushing) through one rear fork arm. 15 Tube Side .437 (large diameter) retainer on the end of the axle. • Insert two screws through the side of each steering bushing and into the neck. • Support the opposite end of the axle and tap the . • Insert three screws through the holes on the inside of the saddlebag.Assembly 14 16 Vehicle Frame Saddlebag Axle Bushing Notch Tab Groove Rear Fork Arm Rear Fork Arm Wheel (with Hex Busings) Back View Back View • Position the vehicle assembly so that the back is facing you.

• Slide the headlight/front fork assembly on the neck of the vehicle frame and over the steering stop 2 . . 14 • Fit the tab on the steering stop into the curved slot in the lower steering bushing 1 . • Tighten all five screws using a Phillips screwdriver.Assembly 20 18a Headlight Assembly Rear Half DO NOT INSERT SCREW HERE DO NOT INSERT SCREW HERE Headlight Assembly Front Half 18b “Lens” Fork Axle .354 (Small Diameter) Retainer • Place a . • Fit the end of the fork axle into the retainer. Insert two screws into the front of the headlight “lens” (18b). Do not over-tighten. • Insert three screws into the rear of the headlight “housing”. • Turn the headlight assembly upright so the headlight “lens” faces you.354 (small diameter) retainer on a flat surface. 19 21 Headlight/Front Fork Assembly 2 TM Lower Steering Bushing 1 Front Fork Headlight Assembly Tab Steering Stop Curved Slot • Position the headlight assembly “lens” side down on a flat surface. inside up. Pull on the retainer to make sure it is securely assembled. • Insert four screws through the front fork and into the headlight assembly. • Tap the opposite end of the fork axle with a hammer to secure the retainer on the axle. • Hold the steering stop in place. • Fit the front fork onto the back of the headlight assembly as shown. Do not over-tighten. as shown (18a). • Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. • Fit the two halves of the headlight assembly together.

354 (small diameter) retainer on the end of the fork axle. Do not over-tighten. . through the neck and steering stop. • Insert a screw through the front fork and into the upper hole in each handlebar 2 . • Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.354 retainer to make sure it is secure on the fork axle. • Align the screw holes in each handlebar with the screw holes in the front fork. moisten the inside of the handgrips with water. Note: If it is difficult to slide the handgrips onto the handlebars. • Pull on the . 15 • Slide the right and left handlebars through the holes in the front fork. • Fit a . • Note the R (right) and L (left) markings on the handlebars. Do not over-tighten. • Support the fork axle and tap the retainer with a hammer to secure it on the end of the axle. Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver.Assembly 22 24 . and out the top of the front fork.354 (Small Diameter) Retainer Front Fork Right Handlebar TM Front Fork Left Handlebar 2 TM 1 Fork Axle • Slide the fork axle up into the bottom of the front fork. 23 Handlebars Handgrip Handgrip “R” “L” • Fit a handgrip on the end of each handlebar. • Insert a screw through the front fork and into the lower hole in each handlebar 1 . Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver.

Slide the remaining wheel axle with . align the hole in a shock with the hole in the handlebar. • While holding the shock together. the front fender is not properly seated on the front fork.437 retainer (assembled in step 10) through one shock. Reposition the front fender to align the holes. position the wheel between the shocks. Helpful Hint: If the hole in the shock and handlebar do not align.437 (Large Diameter) Retainer Shock Tabs Barrel Side Front Fork • Position the vehicle upside down. • Fit and hold an inner and outer shock half together. onto the end of the wheel axle. Slide the fender onto the ends of the handlebars. • Fit a round bushing. . • Note the arrow on the underside of the front fender. 28 Wheel (with Hex Bushings) Shock Shock Wheel Axle Groove Handlebar Hex Bushings • Using safety scissors. barrel side first.Assembly 25 Arrow handlebar making sure that the tab on the inner shock half fits into the groove in the fender. • Position the front fender so that the arrow points towards the front of the vehicle. 26 Shock Inner Shock Outer Tab Round Bushing • Being careful to keep the shocks correctly positioned. separate the shock set pieces from the plastic connectors. fit it onto the end of a handlebar. Front Fender 27 Handlebar Handlebar Tabs Wheel Axle Round Bushing . • While holding the hex bushings in place. Make sure the pegs on the fender slide over the tabs on the front fork. • Repeat this procedure to slide the remaining shock on the other handlebar. Dispose of the plastic connectors properly. • Continue to slide the wheel axle through the wheel. Push firmly to slide the shock onto the 16 • Fit two hex bushings into the center hole in the remaining wheel (see inset).

use only alkaline batteries. • Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged. • Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline. Helpful Hint: You may need to push the shock outward slightly to fit the round bushing. plug. standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium). Always remove exhausted batteries from the sound box.437 retainer to make sure the front wheel assembly is secure. • Insert three. between the wheel and the shock. 30 Front Fork Cover Tab Tab Rectangular Openings TM • Position the vehicle upright. • If you use a battery charger. • When sound from the vehicle becomes faint. • Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the sound box before they are charged. they are only to be charged under adult supervision. • Support the opposite end of the wheel axle and tap the retainer with a hammer to secure it on the end of the wheel axle. Battery Tips • Do not mix old and new batteries. • Continue to slide the wheel axle through the round bushing and then the shock.Assembly Round Bushing 29 Wheel Axle 31 Battery Compartment Door Battery Compartment . • If removable rechargeable batteries are used. • Never short circuit the battery terminals. enclosure and other parts. . Dispose of batteries safely. or if the sound stops working. Battery leakage and corrosion can cause damage. Do not use a damaged battery charger until it has been properly repaired. it’s time to replace the batteries. Do not over-tighten.437 (large diameter) retainer on the end of the wheel axle. • Pull on the . • Remove the batteries during long periods of non-use. 17 SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE • Loosen the screw in the sound box battery compartment door using a Phillips screwdriver and open the battery compartment. • Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended in these instructions are to be used.5V x 3 “AA” (LR6) Round Bushing • Fit a round bushing. Hint: For longest battery life. • Fit a .437 (Large Diameter) Retainer Plate Side Sound Box Shock 1. it should be examined regularly for damage to the cord. • Fit the tabs on the front fork cover into the rectangular openings in the top of the front fork and push firmly to snap the cover to the front fork. • Close the battery compartment door and tighten the screw using a Phillips screwdriver. plate side first. size “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries in the sound box as indicated in the battery compartment.

To remove the seat. gas tank and screws. be sure to replace the sound box.) • Fit the tabs at the bottom of the gas tank under the front end of the vehicle body. Please see “Battery Installation” on page 21 for detailed instructions. (The speaker should face down.Assembly Helpful Hint! To replace the batteries in the sound box. making sure that the two small square openings in the gas tank fit over the buttons on the sound box. • Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. press the tab at the back of the seat and lift. • Lower the gas tank on the vehicle frame. After replacing the batteries. 32 Buttons Gas Tank 34 Sound Box PUSH HERE Tabs Tab Vehicle Body Seat Gas Tank Tab TM Slot Vehicle Frame • Balance the sound box on the vehicle body. 18 . • Push down firmly near the back of the seat to snap it to the vehicle. simply remove the screws from the gas tank and remove the gas tank from the vehicle frame. 33 TM Note! You may want to install the Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries before assembling the seat . Do not over-tighten. Helpful Hint! You will need to remove the seat to access the high speed connector and to charge the 6 volt batteries. • Fit the tab on the front of the seat into the slot near the gas tank. Gas Tank TM Vehicle Frame • Insert a screw through the hole in each side of the gas tank and into the vehicle frame.

avoid repositioning a label once it has been applied to the vehicle. 1 3 9 8 8 17 18 26 26 5 5 5 5 11 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Front View 26 2 26 20 14 7 19 ® ® 33 32 12 31 Back View 13 31 6 Console View 19 . and smooth towards the outer edges to remove air bubbles.G Label Decoration Proper label application will help to keep the labels looking their best! When applying labels. • Before applying the labels. dry cloth to make sure the label is adhered to your vehicle. • For best results. • After applying a label. dry cloth to remove any dust or oils. keep the following guidelines in mind: • Wash your hands before applying the labels. wipe the surface of the vehicle with a clean. rub the label firmly with a clean. • Place the labels exactly as shown in the illustrations. Start at the center of a label.

Label Decoration 4 23 ® 21 27 27 29 30 28 TM ® 15 10 ® 25 ® 25 24 24 5 Right Side ® 23 22 27 28 27 30 29 TM ® 16 ® Left Side 20 25 ® 25 24 24 .

• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Make sure that the battery connectors extend toward the left side of the vehicle. Do not over-tighten. • Insert a screw through each end of the battery clamp and into the screw pegs on the vehicle body. Motor Harness Connector GAP Incorrect 21 NO GAP Correct • Plug the battery and motor harness connectors together. Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle.H Battery Installation IMPORTANT! Use only Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with A-style connectors and built-in thermal fuses. 2 Battery Clamp Screw Peg Screw Peg TM 1 Power Wheels® 6 Volt Batteries Vehicle Body Battery Compartment • Fit the battery clamp over the batteries diagonally. TM Battery Connector 3 Batteries TM • Place the Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries upright in the battery compartment. Make sure that you charge the batteries for at least 18 hours using the enclosed Power Wheels® 12 volt charger before operating your vehicle for the first time. Charge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use of the vehicle. Use of any other batteries or fuses will damage your vehicle. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. . Failure to follow these instructions may damage your batteries and will void your warranty. Push firmly to snap the two connectors together.

• Charge the batteries at least once per month. even if the vehicle has not been used. If damage is detected. The incineration. • Prevent the batteries from moving freely inside the battery compartment. landfilling or mixing of sealed lead-acid batteries with household trash is prohibited by law in most areas. Use only Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with A-style connectors and built-in thermal fuses. See page 29 for the list of authorized service centers or call 1-800-348-0751 for the location of the authorized service center nearest you. charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each time you charge the battery. recycling and disposal of lead-acid batteries. • Always remove an exhausted battery from the vehicle. See information below for proper disposal. and could cause switch or motor failure. such as a Power Wheels® authorized service center or a local seller of automotive batteries. and do not spray the vehicle with a hose. Do not use automotive wax. flush with cool water for at least 15 minutes and call a physician. • When you purchase replacement Power Wheels® batteries. Overcharging or undercharging the batteries may shorten battery life and decrease vehicle running time. and could cause switch or motor failure. Charge the batteries after each use. Call a physician. recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use. you can wipe plastic parts with a non-wax furniture polish applied to a soft-cloth. • During snowy or rainy weather. Do not use soap and water or spray the vehicle with a hose. Using an older battery with a new battery may result in poor performance and may cause permanent damage to both batteries. Battery leakage and corrosion can damage the vehicle. For a shiny finish. • Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in your regular. • Your Power Wheels® batteries are sealed lead-acid batteries. If acid comes in contact with skin or eyes. Take precautions to protect the surface on which you store the batteries. • The vehicle can be wiped down with a soft. avoid contact with the leaking acid and place the damaged battery in a plastic bag. J Caring For Your Vehicle • Check all screws. • Avoid operating the vehicle on sand. • After the first charge. give water. regardless of how long the vehicle was used. loose dirt or gravel in the motors or electrical switches can cause them to jam. milk of magnesia or egg whites immediately. Do not wash the vehicle with soap and water. loose dirt or gravel. retainers and their protective coverings regularly and tighten as required. Remember to charge the batteries at least once per month while your vehicle is not in regular use. • Examine the batteries. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. we recommend that you periodically have your vehicle checked by a Power Wheels® authorized service center. • The batteries must be upright while charging. the vehicle should be stored inside or under a protective cover. Remember to charge new batteries for at least 18 hours before first use. dry cloth. • Do not store the batteries in temperatures above 75° F or below -10° F. Check plastic parts on a regular basis for cracks or broken pieces. • Avoid operating the vehicle in wet or snowy conditions. Sand. • Leaving the batteries in a discharged condition will ruin them. it is prohibited by law for anyone to throw away lead-acid batteries in the municipal waste stream. 22 . • Do not allow the batteries to run down completely before charging. do not use the charger or the batteries until you have replaced the worn or damaged part. • Charge the batteries before storing the vehicle. household trash. If acid is internally ingested. They must be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. If you live in the State of Florida or the State of Minnesota. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. Never give emetics or induce vomiting. • To ensure that your vehicle stays in good operating order.I Battery Care and Disposal Battery Care and Disposal Care Disposal If a battery leak develops. • Charge new batteries for at least 18 hours before first use. please call 1-800-348-0751. you should buy them as a set. Water or moisture in the motors or electrical switches can cause them to corrode. • Do not store the batteries on a surface which could be damaged by the acid contained inside the batteries. Contact your local waste management officials for other information regarding the environmentally sound collection. • Return exhausted batteries to a federal or state approved lead-acid battery recycler. For the authorized service center location nearest to you. Always use the battery retainer to secure the batteries in the battery compartment.

A child could encounter unexpected obstacles and have an accident. like most electrical switches.The vehicle may gain unsafe speed. .K Rules for Safe Driving RIDING HAZARD 7.generally level to prevent tipovers. Restrict your child’s driving to generally level ground ONLY! 8. 2. Before children use this vehicle. Always wear shoes. . WARNING Prevent Injuries and Deaths • Direct Adult Supervision Required. hair. Do not allow your child to drive up steep inclines. etc. it is important to remember that their judgment skills are still very immature. gear boxes and wheels can snag fingers. emit an internal spark when first turned on or turned off. 5. Never put anything near any moving parts. Operate the vehicle only in the daytime or a well-lit area. Do not allow a child to operate the vehicle without direct adult supervision. Do not allow any child to drive near bodies of water (such as pools or creeks). Riding Rules Make sure children know and follow these rules for safe driving: 1. Do not allow operation of the vehicle when it is on its side or in an upside-down position. 23 . Do not operate the vehicle near flammable vapors (gasoline. Keep all flammable products in tightly sealed containers and away from the vehicle. Only 1 (one) rider at a time. Always sit on the seat.away from swimming pools and other bodies of water to prevent drownings. even when they have been taught about them. 12.The vehicle may tilt and tip over. The vehicle’s electrical switches. 3. 11. Do not allow your child to drive down or across a steep slope. liquid wax. low tree limbs or play equipment). roads and alleys. 9. The presence of flammable liquids or vapors could cause an explosion or a fire.. To prevent unsupervised use of the vehicle. Children are not always able to recognize or anticipate hazards. obstructions (such as furniture. even if the button is released to stop. Teach Safety Rules to Children While children can quickly develop the skill necessary to drive this vehicle.). THERE IS NO ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR DIRECT ADULT SUPERVISION. A child who is not sitting on the seat or who is standing on the vehicle could fall off. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in the dark. causing the vehicle to slip.The wheels could lose traction. Do not allow your child to drive on sloped or inclined surfaces. Teach appropriate safety rules to your child before allowing operation of this vehicle. causing serious injury. disconnect the motor harness from the battery when the vehicle is not in use. A child could be seriously injured. acetone. . cause a tip-over or block the driver’s view. Unsupervised driving by children can lead to serious injury. etc. driveways. 4. . paint thinner. These rules should also be reviewed with neighborhood children or other playmates who want to drive this vehicle. • Keep Children Within Safe Riding Areas These areas must be: .away from steps. The motor may stop and the vehicle could roll backwards at an unsafe speed. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in the street or near moving (motorized) vehicles. 6. Rotating parts such as motors. an adult should carefully evaluate the driving area as well as the children’s skill level and ability to drive this vehicle safely. or drop-offs (such as stairs or decks). . 10.

your vehicle is ready to roll in low speed (21/2 mph. Drive Reverse Low Speed • Press the DRIVE and LOW SPEED buttons on the console. follow the instructions on page 25 to connect the high speed hook-up. • Help your child practice steering to learn how far and how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving forward in low speed.Low Speed Drive To Back Up Important! To prevent damaging the motors and gears. • Press the foot pedal. To Stop • Your vehicle has a patented. • Help your child practice steering to learn how far and how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving in reverse. • Press the REVERSE button on the console. 24 . The vehicle will drive forward at a maximum of 21/2 mph. electronic braking system that automatically stops the vehicle when your child’s foot is lifted from the pedal. Beginner Use . • Make sure your child is comfortable with steering the vehicle and automatically knows how to stop. Never shift from drive (LOW or HIGH) to reverse. • Press the foot pedal.L How to Operate Your Vehicle As assembled. maximum). The vehicle will back-up at a maximum of 21/2 mph. maximum). teach your child to stop the vehicle before switching direction. without stopping. or from reverse to drive. When your child is ready to drive the vehicle in high speed (5 mph. Note: The vehicle is designed to operate in low speed only in reverse.

improper service or other causes not arising out of defects in • To prevent operation of the vehicle in high-speed. DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION. Evidence of any attempt at disconnect the high speed hook-up connectors. Should you need service or assistance with your vehicle during the warranty period. Always start to drive LAW. • Plug the two high speed hook-up connectors together. IMPORTANT! Teach your child not to drive the vehicle in WHETHER UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR IMPLIED BY HIGH SPEED from a stopped position. The vehicle will drive forward at a maximum of 5 mph. AND IS INTENDED TO EXCLUDE. • Re-assemble the vehicle seat. TM This warranty gives you specific legal rights. • Help your child practice steering to learn how far and how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving forward in high speed. abuse. OR ANY INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL in LOW SPEED and shift to HIGH SPEED when already DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY. If there is not an authorized service center in your area. High Speed • Press the DRIVE and LOW SPEED buttons on the console. The six month limited warranty applies only to the 6 volt batteries included by Power Wheels® with the original • Remove the vehicle seat to access the high speed purchase of the vehicle. press the HIGH SPEED button on the console to shift the vehicle into high speed. For the original purchaser. SO THIS LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. • Press the foot pedal to move forward in low speed. SOME STATES moving forward.How to Operate Your Vehicle How to Operate Your Vehicle Advanced Use . To Drive ANY LIABILITY ON THE PART OF POWER WHEELS®. neglect. 1-800-348-0751. consumer repair will void this warranty. Connecting the High Speed Hook-up M High Speed Hook-up Connectors Bumper-to-Bumper* Limited Warranty *One year limited warranty from the date of purchase on the Power Wheels® vehicle. misuse. simply materials or workmanship. this one year limited warranty covers the Power Wheels® ride-on vehicle (purchased from Power Wheels®) against defects in materials and workmanship. Power Wheels® is continually expanding our Authorized Service Center Network. Power Wheels® vehicle or battery if it has been damaged by unreasonable use. Please refer to the list in this Drive manual. This warranty covers normal use and does not cover the Make sure the two connectors are completely joined. hook-up. Power Wheels® has provided a nationwide network of authorized service centers. and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.High Speed Drive forward. do not return the vehicle to the store. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER. 25 . please call Consumer Affairs for information. accident. Six month limited warranty on 6 volt batteries. With the foot pedal pressed and the vehicle already moving Please save your original sales receipt.

They can test your charger for you. first check the Problems and Solutions Guide below. Problem Vehicle does not run Possible Cause Undercharged batteries Solution Charge the batteries. which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is still being supplied to the motors. sand or gravel. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving conditions too severe. To avoid repeated automatic shutdowns. Loose wire or loose connectors Check all wires and connectors. Do not drive up hills or run into fixed objects.N Problems and Solutions Guide IMPORTANT! If you experience a problem with your vehicle. Check all connectors. If you still experience a problem. toll-free at 1-800-348-0751 between 8 AM and 5 PM (EST) Monday through Friday. you can have them tested at your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use. 26 . Or. Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”. and that the charger is plugged into the wall. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. For the location nearest you. Dead batteries If your batteries are old or if you have not followed Battery Care instructions. and that there are no loose wires around the motors. your batteries may be dead. Tripped thermal fuse Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal fuse. New batteries should have been charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle forthe first time. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. After first-time use. The fuse will automatically reset itself after approximately 25 seconds. Charger is not working There is no sure way to tell if your charger is working unless you have a volt meter. Make sure the battery connectors are tightly plugged into the motor harness connector. If you suspect there is a problem with your charger. If a thermal fuse continually trips. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. please contact Power Wheels® Consumer Relations. If you are unsure whether or not the batteries are dead. do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the 65 lb maximum weight capacity or by towing anything behind the vehicle. Motor damage Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. Make sure the battery connectors are tightly plugged into the charger connector. please refer to the Authorized Service Center list beginning on page 29. Electrical switch damage The electrical switches can become corroded due to exposure to water or moisture. allowing the vehicle to resume normal operation. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. or can jam due to loose dirt.

Vehicle runs sluggishly Overcharged batteries Do not charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use.3 hours per charge) Possible Cause Solution Loose wire or loose connectors Check all wires and connectors. allowing the vehicle to resume normal operation. which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is still being supplied to the motors. recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use. Make sure the battery connectors are tightly plugged into the charger connector. Check all connectors. New batteries should have been charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for the first time. Tripped thermal fuse Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal fuse. do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the 65 lb maximum weight capacity or by towing anything behind the vehicle. and that there are no loose wires around the motors. After first-time use. Undercharged batteries Charge the batteries. Replace only with Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with built-in thermal fuse. which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is still being supplied to the motors. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending on vehicle use and use conditions. The fuse will automatically reset itself after approximately 25 seconds. They can test your batteries for you. Undercharged batteries Charge the batteries. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. Make sure the battery connectors are tightly plugged into the motor harness connector. If you suspect that your batteries are damaged as a result of overcharging. If a thermal fuse continually trips. Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”. Do not drive up hills or run into fixed objects. do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the 65 lb maximum weight capacity or by towing anything behind the vehicle. The fuse will automatically reset itself after approximately 25 seconds. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. Make sure the battery connector is tightly plugged into the charger connector. Check all wires and connectors. Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”. Do not drive up hills or run into fixed objects. If a thermal fuse continually trips. and that the charger is plugged into the wall. Batteries are old and will not accept full charge Even with proper care. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. To avoid repeated automatic shutdowns. To avoid repeated automatic shutdowns. and that the charger is plugged into the wall. a rechargeable battery does not last forever. After first-time use. allowing the vehicle to resume normal operation. contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. Tripped thermal fuse Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal fuse.Problems and Solutions Guide Problem Vehicle was running but suddenly stopped Short run time (Less than 1 . New batteries should have been charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for the first time. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving conditions too severe. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving conditions too severe. 27 . Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle.

please contact your nearest authorized service center (see page 29) or contact Power Wheels® Consumer Relations toll-free at 1-800-348-0751. If the driving conditions are too stressful. Sometimes the vehicle doesn’t run.) High speed hook-up not connected The vehicle was pre-set to operate only in low speed until you connect the high speed hook-up. Motor or electrical switch damage Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. If. Do not substitute parts. Loose wire or connector Check all wires around the motors and all connectors to make sure they are tight.) Possible Cause Cause Possible Solution Solution Batteries need charging After approximately 3 hours of constant use. but other times it does Loose wire or connector Check all wires around the motors and all connectors to make sure they are tight. Replace only with Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with built-in thermal fuse. exceeding the 65 lb. the batteries need charging. a rechargeable battery does not last forever. Adjust the driving conditions to prevent repeated automatic shutdowns. If the vehicle is overloaded. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending on vehicle use and use conditions. after reviewing the Problems and Solutions Guide. it does not mean that they are not accepting the charge. and automatically shut down operation of the vehicle for appoximately 25 seconds. Driving conditions are too stressful Use only on gentle inclines or slopes of 5o or less. Batteries are old and will not accept accept full charge Even with proper care. Some chargers do not get warm during use. it does not mean that it is not working properly. If your batteries do not make noise or swell slightly during charging. Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle. Adjust the driving conditions to prevent repeated automatic shutdowns.Problems and Solutions Guide Problem Vehicle runs sluggishly (cont. but the vehicle is not overloaded nor the driving conditions too severe Batteries make a sizzling or gurgling noise when charging It is normal for some batteries to make noise and swell slightly while charging and is not reason for concern. Follow the instructions on page 25 to connect High Speed Hook-up. Vehicle is overloaded Make sure you do not overload the vehicle by allowing more than 1 rider at one time. 28 . Charger gets warm during use It is normal for some chargers to get warm during use and is not reason for concern. When the foot pedal is pressed. Some batteries do not make noise or swell while charging. the fuses in the batteries may "trip" and automatically shut down operation of the vehicle for approximately 25 seconds. the vehicle still fails to operate. the fuses in the batteries may "trip". If your charger does not get warm during use. the vehicle won’t run without a push Batteries’ thermal fuses constantly "trip". Damaged batteries Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. or by towing objects behind the vehicle. Vehicle runs in low speed but does not run in high speed (Note: The vehicle is designed to operate in low speed only in reverse. No action required. No action required. “Dead Spot” on motor Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. maximum weight capacity. Loud clacking or grinding noise from a motor-gearbox Broken gears Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. Child is switching between FORWARD and REVERSE without stopping Teach your child to stop the vehicle before switching direction.

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Parramore Avenue. 2505 South Grand East. Dibbs Plaza. (904) 677-3497 JACKSONVILLE .Mtn..Ormond Element. 500 A Howe Avenue. 33483. Inc. (510) 834-1050 OXNARD .Ca. 1500 Albany Avenue. 80211. (618) 327-8957 NILES . 95203. 81006. 504 Keokuk. Tamiami. (352) 375-3886 HIALEAH . 1861 Centerpoint Rd. 3836 N.. (954) 941-2038 PORT ST.Sunray Small Appliance. 91723. (805) 397-4940 CONCORD .Brand Parts & Repair Center. (561) 287-6437 SUNRISE . 96793. (800) 530-7656 LITTLE ROCK . 11284 Los Alamitos Blvd. 2. 115 North 5th St. (800) 553-1864 GRAND JUNCTION . (719) 635-1928.. 60515.Authorized Appliance Service Co.Burrell’s National Appliance Service. 34606. Colonial Drive. 32404. 3 West Victory Drive.Ca. 23725 Via Fabricante. 62650.HWI Hardware & Paint. 701 Graymont Ave. Westwood Blvd. 83702. (847) 965-5900 MT.A. Co.. 13081 SW 133 Court.. (309) 687-3564 ROCKFORD . (904) 246-4616 CAPE CORAL . 32217... 1827 N. (770) 455-1716. Ashlan Ave. 33408. Eldorado Street. (209) 224-5530 FULLERTON . 96007. (219) 745-7788.Davis Lumber Company.Bike Town USA. 33624. Congress Avenue. Electric Service Inc..Ca. 4604 Central Avenue. 30189.Rexx Battery of Decatur. WAYNE . (334) 792-7746 DOUGLAS . (219) 291-1630 . Ash Avenue. 46202. 301 East Michigan. (818) 997-8855 WEST LOS ANGELES . 5618 Dempster Street. 95405. (209) 723-4712 MISSION VIEJO . (334) 264-2456 TROY .Appliance Doctors. 1708 Walton Way. 46807. 96826. (562) 430-2668 MERCED . WAYNE . 929 North Yosemite Street. 6100-4 W. 93033. 31794. Electric Service Inc. (719) 543-0777 ATLANTA . 31904. 92590.Lyons Hardware Do-It Center. 6043 Stellhorn Road.First Coast Repair.Appliance Doctors II. (203) 924-8997 STAMFORD . (217) 355-0220 DECATUR ... Electric Service Inc.. 30904. (317) 255-9230 NEW ALBANY . (770) 532-7090 LOGANVILLE .Western Auto.Ca. 1627 Dixwell Ave. 33060. 33406. 1208 E. 95128. Ogden Ave.New Haven Appliance. 92399. 72756. Electric Service Inc. (800) 414-4547 SAN DIEGO . (203) 322-7656 WATERBURY .Electro Hygiene Co.P. 35203. 46835. 2171 North Dixie Highway. (925) 827-1011 COVINA . 72160.California Electronics. 91411. 1816 Mill Street Suite 104. (619) 283-6488 SAN FRANCISCO . 935 South Main Street.C & W Tool Repair. Anderson.Direct Maytag Home Appliance Co. 2012 South Pine Avenue.. (941) 644-4690 MIAMI . 95340. 2nd Avenue. (860) 246-7424. 62521. 360 E. (800) 829-1798 JACKSONVILLE. 905 Francis.Battery Specialists +. ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM . 11868 Lincoln Way West. 30249. 208 Bic Rd. 1644 W.Georgia Service Center.Mister FixIt.Southside Vacuum Co.Ca. (602) 946-7487 TUCSON .J.Ca. (847) 647-8250. 380-A Hwy. 94-320 Depot Street. (813) 968-6638 29 HAWAII HONOLULU . Electric Service Inc. 1728 Warm Springs Road.Hardware Express #0572. (501) 636-7894 STUTTGART . (770) 795-0085 SAVANNAH . 920 W. (219) 679-4981 SOUTH BEND . (602) 937-2613 SCOTTSDALE . 19805. 90064. (209) 466-5432 TEMECULA . 34243. 1038A North Davis Road. 209 S. Broadway. 154 West Valley Ave. 33186. (530) 365-3783 BAKERSFIELD .Jeff’s Appliance. #2 S.Hardisty’s Inc. 46561. (954) 749-5460 TAMPA . (850) 432-8853 POMPANO BEACH . 3440 El Cajon Blvd.V & L Appliance Service. 31405. (770) 924-2375 CONNECTICUT HAMDEN .Arco Hardware & Supply. Electric Service Inc. 11911 Main Street.Hagins Appliance Service. 06905. 173 West St. (352) 686-4743 ST. (808) 946-1192 WAILUKU . Inc. Rockton Avenue. (302) 995-1260 DF MEXICO .Muller Appliance Service. 35209. Electric Service Inc. Fillmore.Ca. SMITH .Frigid Appliance Center.. 1170-G Burnett Ave.. 1668 Ridgewood Avenue..Ca. 925 Hialeah Drive.. 06706. (916) 468-2266 FRESNO . Calhoun St.Arizona Small Appliance Service. Milwaukee Ave.Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance.Foster’s Appliance Repair.Sullivan Do-It Center #957. 96797.. 94520. 4262 Lowell Blvd. 200 N. (217) 245-2713 LINCOLN . Western Auto. 6120-5 Powers Avenue. Calz De Tlalpan 1172-A. Please check this listing for the Authorized Service Center nearest you..Pine Hills Appliance Svc. 36081.A & A Appliance Parts & Service.. 3702 S. Electric Service Inc. Colorado Blvd. 85257. (941) 358-9999. please call Power Wheels® Consumer Relations at 1-800-348-0751. (407) 299-1271 ORLANDO . 33870. 932 Hausten Street. 3934 Geary Blvd.Appliance Service of Stamford. (800) 940-8824 PANAMA CITY. 7515 E.Sky Forest Electrical. 19975. (256) 593-6086 HOMEWOOD .Rexx Battery Specialists.E.Battery Specialists. McDowell Road. (831) 424-4044. 35215. 1400 South Main St. 32801. 5366 Buford Highway. 18th Street. (909) 797-2788 VERO BEACH .AAA Appliance Service Co.Valley Small Appliance.E.Authorized Appliance.. 1980 S. (408) 295-1722 SANTA ROSA . 5350 Spring Hill Drive.Tiny’s / The Clean-up Store. Dixie Highway. 481 South Bascom Ave. 1872 Commerce Avenue. (800) 291-8010 DENVER . 1407 Santa Fe Drive. 46220. 81506. (626) 792-3194 SACRAMENTO . 1330 E. (970) 243-3360 PUEBLO . 95825. Dupont Hwy Rt..Ahern & Son. 85301. 1614 South Kentucky. 6735 South Federal Hwy. 32117. (800) 455-1715 AUGUSTA . Electric Service Inc. Cobb Parkway. (205) 942-3959 MONTGOMERY . (217) 422-0281 DOWNER’S GROVE .

(319) 359-4473 CEDAR RAPIDS .Mt. 371 North.Valley Do-It Center. 68108. (810) 798-8922 BAY CITY . 5505 Silver Avenue. Co.K & K True Value Hardware. (517) 732-5004. 39157. (978) 745-0004 SPRINGFIELD . (402) 464-9181 30 NORTH PLATTE . 7th Street.Superior Appliance Company. 1650 Central Avenue. (516) 671-2218 STATEN ISLAND . 1840 Madison Avenue. Inc. Bardstown. (601) 323-3554 TUPELO . 89103. 1919 S. 60 Forester Avenue.Authorized Appliance of Westchester.Propeller Service. 13905. 02052. 55802.K-Technologies. (800) 982-2215 WEST HEMPSTEAD .Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. (315) 479-5253. 70401. 722 E.. (800) 244-6633 GRAND RAPIDS . (410) 641-3497 GAITHERSBURG .Rapid Appliance Service. Inc. 28208. 04236. (716) 652-5228 EAST ROCHESTER . 70360. Inc.. (515) 236-8600 SIOUX CITY . (601) 680-4733 MISSOURI GLADSTONE . Inc. 390 Violet Avenue. Inc. 49735.Bikes To You. 08753. 8471 West 95th Street.Mills Iron & Supply.McNichols Electric Service. (800) 797-9457 MERIDIAN . 1171 Fischer Road. (617) 773-6656 SALEM ..Ford’s Do-It Center. (502) 554-4001 LOUISIANA ALEXANDRIA .Broadmoor Home Center. 3101 Lone Oak Road. 10990. 1521 Bardstown Road. Box 316 520 N.. 01754.Alpine Electronics Services. 02169... (207) 774-6666 MARYLAND BERLIN . . (712) 322-9552 DES MOINES .. (601) 264-8233 IUKA . (609) 728-3800 TOMS RIVER .South Jersey TV Service. 408 Roderick Street. 614 1st Avenue South. 604 West Main...Messerly Electronics. (800) 711-4024 NEBRASKA GRAND ISLAND . 309 N. 49204.Mar-Beck Appliance Serv. (800) 349-7722 MAINE BANGOR . (508) 359-4381 NEEDHAM .Authorized Appliance. 52404.Fix Master Inc.Radio Equipment Company. 51103.Barness #2.Millard Television Inc. 8023 W. 5424 Abel Road. 07731.Brule’s Auto Clinic & Sales. (516) 486-5700. 2625 Lincoln Road.Voorhies Supply Co.Polaris Outdoor World. (702) 782-5111 NEW HAMPSHIRE MARLBOROUGH. 67701... 1417 Walnut Street. NE.Lockdoctor Locksmiths In. St. WASHINGTON . 564 Dutton Street. (410) 768-1933. 810 Main Street. 59101.. (732) 247-2495 HOWELL . (810) 653-2288 DEARBORN . 1201 St.Tattersall Inc. 13208. 110 3rd Ave. (616) 947-7670 MINNESOTA BLAINE . 1719 Route 35.Lawn Ranger “One Stop Shop” 19425 US Hwy 12.Coastal Office Equipment.Gavon’s Electronics. (800) 290-7228 KENTUCKY GREENVILLE – Malone Lumber Do-It Center. 3128 Jefferson Ave. 7389 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. 968 Sawyer Road. DODGE . 01970. 14445. 10471. Inc. 10 North Second Ave. 115 W. (910) 592-3200 ELIZABETH CITY . 36 Newark Way.CB Small Appliance. Northfront Street. (704) 377-4501. 1458 South 16th Street. (973) 423-1142 HIGHLAND PARK ... 67214. 9061 Miller Road.Kuester’s Inc.South Jersey TV Service. McNichols. 2420 Old North Hills Street.Hector’s Hardware. (800) 836-8464 TOWSON . 48640. (732) 531-3565 SICKLERVILLE . 56401. PAUL . 42301. 48116..County Wide Appliance. (816) 436-9191 INDEPENDENCE .Authorized Service Centers IOWA BETTENDORF . Oak Traffic Way. Vacuum World. 104-37 Atlantic Ave. (318) 981-2929 LAKE CHARLES .. 32 Roxbury Road. 01854. 1020 Tuckaseegee Rd. Inc.. 87108. 1454 E. 291 Hwy. 303 W. (800) 562-4226 GAYLORD .Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. (402) 327-8111 LINCOLN . H. (318) 865-5088.Oneida Bicycle & Sports. (800) 965-3258 BATON ROUGE . 1292 Hammond St. 79th Street. (609) 393-4293 NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE . (504) 872-3314 LAFAYETTE . Central. Inc. 3724 South MacArthur Dr. (207) 375-4872. 11706. 3938 Westnedge. 64118. 66441.. Inc. (914) 961-8011 UTICA . 1419 Hamilton Blvd. 2013 Highway 2. 42431.Sicklerville Hardware. 400 Glen Cove Avenue. (313) 563-7550 DETROIT . 1210 Carter Road.. Hope Avenue. 08081.Git A’Round. 1300 E. Inc.. (318) 473-4256 BAKER . 39759.Hank Brothers True Value. Grand River. 48072. Repair. 4299 Hwy.Kuester’s Hardware./Suite 33. 1700 Airline Hwy. Inc. (716) 688-4488 YORKVILLE . 16 Main Street. (816) 523-6931 POPLAR BLUFF ..Danny’s Service Center. 63139.Gill-Roy’s Hardware. 68503.Dash Electronics.Champion Cycle & Fitness. (914) 452-6122 RICHMOND HILL .Ter Kuile.R/C Hobbies. (732) 363-5550. (315) 736-2307 NORTH CAROLINA ASHEVILLE . 10781 Florida Blvd. 20877. 48003. 48423. (301) 258-7500. 21061. 2704 S. (601) 856-3191 STARKVILLE . (248) 288-5135 SWARTZ CREEK . 28803. 8741 Mylander Lane. 39305.Sperry TV. (601) 423-2233. 13495. (504) 774-7475. (607) 722-9202 BRONX . 9750 St.Capitol Schwinn Cyclery. Route 3A. 1818 Grant Street.Battery Depot..Shreveport Shaver and Appliance. 11552. 38852. 4498 Johnston Street. (810) 635-2020 TRAVERSE CITY .Appliance Service and Parts Inc. SW. (518) 869-8424. 02194. (406) 256-9778.Hammond Hardware #277. 14901. 1870 South Range. (716) 248-3504 ELMIRA . Depot Street.Thumb Appl & Tool Repair. 1149 Sullivan Street. 300 Russell Street. 13725 W.Appliance Service Center.Sem-Fab of Western New York. (800) 532-6127 CLINTON . (800) 339-4872 PORTLAND . (319) 364-5646 COUNCIL BLUFFS .Sam's Sales & Service.. SE. 40047. John Street.Wayne’s Small Engine & Equip. 21286. 07506. Fairless Hardware Co. 50309.McNichols Electric Service.. (601) 483-7373 RIDGELAND . (800) 727-5273 GREENE .. (785) 462-6601 JUNCTION CITY .Burney’s Commercial Service. 501 East Church Street. 04102.Lowell Appliance Service Center. (505) 769-2528 NEW YORK ALBANY . (612) 926-0521 ST.Wills Hardware #4373. Michigan Avenue. (402) 475-2546 LINCOLN . 921 Broad Street. (507) 282-2140 ST.Sweeps Vacuum & Repair Center. (616) 469-0667 PRUDENVILLE . Vincent. 48473. (504) 384-1428 NEW IBERIA . 48124.Skyland Hardware #6423. 10308. (502) 825-2818 MT. 07712. 49504.Red River Cyclery.. (781) 449-8787 QUINCY .McNichols Electric Service. (607) 734-2006 HAMBURG . 1573 University Avenue. (207) 942-5273. 40205.. 68508. Electronics Aid Inc.Hardware Fare Do-It Center.Benfante Appliance Service. 126 Whitesboro Street. 88101.Shavers Plus. LOUIS PARK . (314) 647-4250 MONTANA BILLINGS . 16 West First Street.. (515) 288-0108 DUBUQUE .South Jersey TV Service. 49008. Inc. Inc..ABC Electronics Service Corp.Burns Hardware Do-It Center.Mundt’s Small Appliance & Vacuum. 1511 N. 1824 Central Avenue. 705 Warren Street.Yorkville Battery. LOUIS . 08618. John Street. (502) 456-1671 MADISONVILLE .Shabra Electronics.S & S Appliance Sales & Service..Wadeson Home Center 4397. (603) 876-4161 NEW JERSEY HAWTHORNE . 14620.Turnpike Appliance Service. 2107 Whitesboro St. 6559 N. 259 St. 21811. (517) 782-0704 KALAMAZOO . 190 North Street. Houghton Lake Drive. NW. (816) 478-1889 KANSAS CITY . (651) 646-3109 MISSISSIPPI HATTIESBURG . Charles Street.Stalker Electric Inc. (612) 780-77229 BRAINERD . 04401.Alan Appliance Service. (517) 892-7516 BRIGHTON .Turnpike Appl. 38801. (718) 884-4600 COMMACK . (616) 459-3271 JACKSON .Adco Surgical Supply Co. 68502. 14221.Quality Appliance Repair Center. 611 6th Ave. (517) 832-2774 NEW BUFFALO .Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. (315) 724-6084 WARWICK . (800) 585-3777 BAYSHORE. 841 W. 5 Janes Avenue.Taylor Rental. Glenstone Avenue. 70503. 27909.. 1139 Front Street. L. 71106. 12205. Inc..Bay Vac & Pedal. (402) 342-7710 NEVADA LAS VEGAS . Inc. 03455. (252) 335-2927 .Myers Auto-Power Tool Rental Co.. 432 South 11th Street. 119 Vance Street. 3179 Sweeten Creek Road. 4476 South Noland Road.Consumer Repair.. (516) 499-3355 EAST AURORA . 4545 Van Dyke. 206 Diamond Bridge Avenue. 08904. 876 Maple Road. North Main St. 52722. Washington Auto. 12701. (316) 262-7228. 48453.Home Appl. 11725. (914) 987-2255.. 70380. 4631 Excelsior Blvd. 49117. 70605.. 1050 Scribner Avenue.Utility Electric Service. 89423. (518) 828-5457 MONTICELLO . 07040. (828) 684-0308 CHARLOTTE . 12534.I. 1836 Grindley Park.Auth.Waters Appliance Service.All Brand Mr. (313) 342-6070.East Mississippi Lumber. 4255 Amboy Road. (517) 635-7848 MIDLAND . 207 East Thomas Street... (218) 828-8088 DULUTH . (504) 837-0533 MORGAN CITY . (413) 781-1635 MICHIGAN ALMONT . 34 Wexford Street. 69010. 350 West Commercial St. (716) 649-5460 HUDSON . (318) 364-2431 SHREVEPORT . 39402.Gill-Roy’s Hardware. Fixit. 55104. (800) 333-3243 TUCKAHOE . 1253 Sunrise Highway. 71302. Willow Street. Appl. Inc. (517) 485-1320 MARLETTE .Turnpike Appliance of Suffolk. 401 W. Inc. 64055. 48708. 64114.. 2355 Hampton Avenue.Gramp’s Garage.. 28328. 1644C Eason Blvd. 1286 Mt. 68803. 4321 Route 9 North. 48651..Terrebonne Marine. 70815. (973) 275-9400 OCEAN . 13502. (502) 685-4916 PADUCAH . Service Center. 1822 W.Cullen’s Playland. (573) 785-2628 SPRINGFIELD .. 11579. 79 St. 16555 Plank Road. State Street. 1029 Carver Street. (718) 441-6242 ROCHESTER .. 455 Olean Road.Complete Battery Source. 11418. 66212. Inc.Knopics Do-It Center. (504) 542-4983 HOUMA . (318) 474-9090 METAIRIE .Barness #3. (502) 538-4296 OWENSBORO . 50112. 1800 Francis St. NW. 55901.. 1001 N. (702) 736-0006 MINDEN . 12601.Duran Service Company.. (978) 454-8731 MAYNARD .. (800) 628-3911 WILLIAMSVILLE .. 01101. (308) 532-5200 OMAHA . 42345. 55434. (319) 556-4442 FT. 48912.Kiss Electrical Contractors Inc. (515) 576-4480 GRINNEL . Inc. 5902 Riverdale AvenueCor W 259th St. (800) 244-3094 MAPLEWOOD . 117 Fulton Street.Barness #1. 582 Washington Street. (785) 238-1877 OVERLAND PARK .. (308) 382-5084 LINCOLN . (516) 665-8311 BINGHAMTON . (913) 642-1557 WICHITA . 6181 Jericho Turnpike.Gayle Batt. (417) 882-3070 ST. Distributors. 52001. Inc.Maury’s Appliance Service. Peter Street. 26 Columbus Ave. (410) 321-9033 MASSACHUSETTS LOWELL . 51. 10707. 51501. 3441 Main Street. 540 Williamstown Road. 65804. 42003.. (732) 506-9400 TRENTON .. Westwood Blvd..Home Appliance Service. 1587 Highway 395.Sperry TV.Almont Do It Center #421.Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. 805 Columbus Ave. 55416..Millard Television Inc. 216 E. 49686.W. #5459. 63901.Myers Electric Co. 8701 Central Ave.Le Jouet Inc. (712) 258-3435 KANSAS COLBY . Westfield Shopping Center. 14052. 48235. Svc. Diamond Ave..Capabilities Inc. 70001.Colonial Electronics.. 86 Hempstead Turnpike.Springstead Lumber. 4115 West 13 Mile Road. (502) 338-3252 LOUISVILLE . 204 W.Suburban Appliance Service Center. 14075. (504) 272-7727 HAMMOND .. (505) 265-7774 CLOVIS .. Prince. (800) 225-5009 GLEN BURNIE . (810) 220-1050 DAVISON .Roberts Electronics. 8405 East Davison. (218) 722-1499 ROCHESTER . (914) 796-1851 POUGHKEEPSIE . (616) 344-1200 LANSING . Prien Lake Road. 3201 Pioneer Blvd. (517) 366-7622 ROYAL OAK . 70714.Sperry TV. (716) 473-8765 SEA CLIFF .Lake Electronic Service.De Weese Hardware Inc. 50501. 70560. 1205 Monad Rd. (718) 984-0300 SYRACUSE . (978) 461-0463 MEDFIELD . 4480 Aldebaran Avenue.

76542. 44507. (817) 335-9970 HOUSTON .Vac-Way Appliance and Service Co. Pajui 00659. Carr 130km 8. (717) 343-1121 SHAMOKIN DAM . 44090.. (304) 267-7033. 904 South Marshall Street.Ferry Electric Service Co.Brand Appliance Repair.. 775 Calle Caoba. (800) 633-3488 JOHNSTOWN . 78704.Brand Appliance Service Center.Dorchester Electric Service. (717) 288-4508 LANCASTER .Bikes & Boards & Mopeds. (804) 572-6666 VIENNA . 1570 South Main Street. (920) 465-6121 LACROSSE . (608) 221-3322 . 98003. 77057..True Value Hardware. 538 N.. Market Street.. 1911 Cooper Foster Park Road.. (214) 638-1170.Commonwealth Electric Shaver.TraveLite Inc.Appliance Fix-It. 18444. Inc. 138 S. (864) 578-1852 SOUTH DAKOTA WINNER . West Hills Square. Inc.Lake Erie Lawn & Garden. 25801.L. (803) 548-1778.Kiefers Shaver and Appliance. 45801. 79602.Frye’s Sweep/Sew Center Inc.Appliance Service Center Ltd. (405) 946-9841 TULSA . 98055. (440) 884-7200 STRYKER . (888) 643-9806 FEDERAL WAY . (717) 233-3488. 15237. 241 West Roseville Rd. 212 20th Street. 45244. 140 Clairton Blvd. 458 Old State Route 74. (903) 759-3939 LUBBOCK . (440) 647-3670 YOUNGSTOWN .H. 78504.The Mending Shed. 1224 Caledonia Street. (540) 967-3000 NORFOLK . (787) 782-6175 RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA AIKEN . 2125-2nd Ave.Action Small Appliance. (608) 782-6291 MARINETTE . (423) 524-3376 MEMPHIS .Ferreteria Vivian. 6435 San Pedro Avenue. 1058 Main Street. 7 Pine Street. 422 West 2nd Street.Light Electric Company. Main St.Martha Lake Electronics. 27117. (724) 287-3191 COLLINGDALE . (512) 442-5966 CORPUS CHRISTI . Co. (910) 392-5784 WINSTON-SALEM . Inc.. (956) 849-1322 SAN ANTONIO .Authorized Appliance Service Center. (740) 456-5704 NEW CARLISLE . 45662. Main Street. 17876. 6614 Virginia Beach Blvd. (801) 467-6361 VERMONT RUTLAND . (800) 2960-9844 LUISA . 333 E. 53219.Colonial Electronics. 4409 50th Street. (915) 682-4647.Brand Appliance Repair.Motor Mart. 26003. 75901. 216 S. 73107. 53716.. Suite 2. Suite #10. 110 Pendleton Street. (800) 436-5415 WELLINGTON . 22601. 2118 South 314th Street. (757) 461-4475 RICHMOND .. 102 Eastwood Road. 918 South Main. 29646. (253) 946-9033 LYNNWOOD .Foley’s Equipment Care Center. (804) 233-6726 ROANOKE .. S.Pearsol Appliance Co. 76309. (843) 393-0355 EASLEY . 15th Street.AAA Melendez Rental & Repair. 44060.Appliance & Electric Service. Store. Market Street. (800) 786-1308 PARMA . 468-B Western Blvd.Buckeye Service. (918) 423-4747 OKLAHOMA CITY .Master Tech Repairs.All Type Sales and Service. 906 Georgia. (330) 630-0058 AMHERST . 22802. 152 Woodstock Avenue. (864) 306-1684 FORT MILL . 17402. Welles Street. 78404.Brand Appliance Repair. Po Box 60. 1400 Valley View Blvd.Parcel Plus. 211 N. (440) 257-9000 NEW BOSTON . (800) 245-8048 HARRISVILLE . 1420 Virginia Avenue. (281) 537-7795 HOUSTON . (419) 229-9070.C. (802) 773-8917 VIRGINIA HARRISONBURG . E. 97138.O’Connor’s. 00920. 4511 Monona Drive.Midland Tool Specialty. 411 Second Street. (800) 339-9297 SALT LAKE CITY .W. (801) 225-8012.. (717) 297-3445.Hobbies and More. 98409.. 77090. (215) 725-3112 PITTSBURGH . (423) 397-1255 CHATTANOOGA .. (956) 722-3908 LONGVIEW . (412) 364-3403 READING . 28659. (800) 251-2156 WILKES-BARRE .Martha Lake Electronics. 407 South Holladay. (425) 743-4178 RENTON . 609 Elkin Hwy 268 East. 3403 Euclid Avenue. (503) 738-3007 PENNSYLVANIA ALTOONA .First Flight Bicycles. Calle Post #319 Sur.Layer Electric.Crouse Lumber Do-It Center.Distinctive Carpet Care.All-In-One Repair Shop.Service Engines Inc. 3520 Fairmont Parkway. 78756. 18th Street. Box 4 M. (509) 487-1089 TACOMA . 25703.Small Engine World. Vacuum & Appl.L. 22182. 1500 145th Place SE. 601 Cedar Avenue. 1161-3 Winchester Avenue. 2301 North Seventh Street. 15057. 3203 N. (864) 229-2453 SENECA . 211 East Anaqua.Western Auto #5341. 15236. 8455 Tyco Road. (814) 255-4752 KINGSTON . (717) 757-1875 PUERTO RICO HATILLO . 29803. 77901. 25401. 05702..Minter’s.Brand Appliance Service Center.. Inc.. (817) 723-6211 UTAH OREM . 1012 West 7th Street. (803) 649-6777 CHARLESTON HEIGHTS .Martha Lake Electronics. (509) 663-4237. Inc. (703) 893-1234 WINCHESTER . 739 East 11th Street.Hess Do-It Center & Market. 1940 North May Avenue.Kenney Electric. 16508. 25312. (210) 344-8577 SEYMOUR . (704) 878-9683 WILMINGTON .Delta Do-It Center. (330) 453-8077 CINCINNATI . 38103.Vac-Way Appliance & Service. 1970 FM 1960 W. (918) 744-1305. 2835 Irving Blvd. 5309-A Kingston Pike. 99217. 307 Broad Street. (423) 588-5395.Oklahoma Service Center. (800) 826-9663 MENTOR . (800) 640-1308 BUTLER . Old Trail. 58103. 2751 South Staples. (800) 331-7037 CANTON . 54143. WORTH . 2410 10th Street. 28677.Cardona Appliance Service.Paul’s Shaver Service. Depot Street. 9 Canton Street. Inc. (800) 696-9422 WEST VIRGINIA BECKLEY . 37725. 77504. 29532.H & S Service. (214) 939-0930. 73107.Martha Lake Electronics..Ferry Electric Service Co. 3502 Jefferson Davis Hwy. O‘Hara Street. 8 San Vicente Sreet. (937) 224-9608 LIMA . (809) 898-6474 MAYAGUEZ . (937) 849-1306. 17601.. (503) 234-7339.Authorized Appliance Service Center.. (304) 522-0737 MARTINSBURG . 53222. (419) 241-9731. (803) 254-8414 DARLINGTON . (814) 455-7566 HARRISBURG ..Foster’s. 05701. 1475 South Main. 29640. (701) 235-4161.Authorized Service Centers JACKSONVILLE . (809) 832-8366 MAYAGUEZ . 98801.Brand Appliance & Microwave. 79701. 3707 North 92nd Street. 97402. (513) 528-0808 DAYTON . (787) 840-0677 PUERTO NUEVO .Fast Service Center. 2614 7th Avenue. 23093. (910) 455-6700 NORTH WILKESBORO . 57580. 57 N. 98007. (724) 926-3330 MOSCOW .Broadway Sales. 2913 South 38th Street. 5524 Williamson Road NW. 76380. (304) 232-5561 (800) 874-4090 WISCONSIN GREEN BAY . (281) 998-0122. 00680. 16001. 84058. (412) 653-6004 PITTSBURGH .Parke T.Western Auto Assoc.Webb’s Appliance Service Center. 2549 E. 6407 Rising Sun Ave. 37917. 6000 W. 1505 South First Street. 19111.General Parts & Supply Co. 1735 South State Street.Majors Appliance. Maintenance & Repair. 5727 Richmond Avenue.Tom’s Video Service.. (610) 534-7373 ERIE . 29202. 1013 Jesus T.Save More Sales.Dunagan's Sewing & Vac.. (254) 773-8991 VICTORIA . (414) 461-0440 MILWAUKEE . 29405.Appliance Care & Service Co. 920 Mac Dade Boulevard. 603 South Ludlow.Harrell Supply and Service. 1267 Dueber Ave.Harrell Supply and Service. 7833 Munson Rd. (717) 683-5162 PHILADELPHIA . 23234. 150 Marr. 44129. Sandy Blvd.Appliance Services By CK. (864) 882-6580 SPARTANBURG .A. 1004 E. 595 Market Street.Philips Consumer 729. (405) 235-0583 OKLAHOMA CITY .Walter Hardware Do-It Center. 19023. 130 E. (512) 451-6464.. (405) 5258862 OKLAHOMA CITY . (806) 799-3170 31 LUFKIN .. (800) 332-7250 AUSTIN . (800) 464-7918 WHEELING . (787) 832-5225 PONCE ..AALWACO Appliance Service. (409) 639-4529 MC ALLEN . 18505.Boiling Springs Hardware.. (206) 448-2020 SPOKANE . 100 Industrial Avenue. 74104. Inc. 16947.Authorized Appliance Service Center. 45344. 1604 Home Avenue. 75604. (304) 643-2226 HUNTINGTON . 1206 North Central Street. (717) 823-1406 YORK . 101 East Madison.Quality Upholstery.Battery Power. 4207 Gallia Street. (615) 329-4079. (512) 576-0664.Battery Warehouse. Juillard Inc. (715) 732-1768 MILWAUKEE .Willard Battery Outlet. E. 950 Keynote Circle.Commonwealth Electric Shaver.Lakeside Electrice Contractors. Inc. (800) 899-4079 TEXAS ABILENE . 3315 Gilmer Road.Kastle Carts.STS Audio and Video. 7498 McKnight Road.. (425) 251-5417 SEATTLE .Appliance Parts Co. (800) 244-0281 ROMA . (304) 744-3670. Inc.. 469 Cunningham Street. 76102.American Tool & Tractor. 1811 Taylor Street. 3300 South Dayton-Lakeview. 23502.. 00731.Trails End Bicycles.Brand Appliance Sales & Service.Rubio Electric Co. 212 South West 43rd. (843) 747-5221 COLUMBIA . 44310. (610) 376-5444. Moss.Appliance Repair Central. 28546. Oklahoma Ave. Pennsylvania Avenue.Tropical Parts Service..Sneed’s Vacuum & Sewing Center. 647 Madison Avenue.. (802) 773-8917 RUTLAND . (800) 422-8171 SCRANTON . Morrow. 17110. (800) 845-1191 GREENWOOD . (717) 560-2222 MC DONALD . Worth Shaver and Appliance.Vac-Way Appliance & Service Co.South Boston True Value. 1621 Broadway. Highway 83. 3127 Main Street. 1714 E.Battery Mart of Winchester.Master Tech Repairs. 00680. 259.. 800 North Person Street.Appliance Service Center. 78040. 5785 Ridge Road. 26362. (605) 842-1611 TENNESSEE DANDRIDGE . W.Larry’s TV Service Inc. 43557. (956) 682-8858 MIDLAND . 28403. 4344 Davis Hwy Ste 2. (304) 253-3521 CHARLESTON . (713) 782-8910 KILLEEN . 44706. 54313. 18704.Camp Electric. (915) 672-1853 AMARILLO . 24012.5 B0. (800) 279-9987 OHIO AKRON . 3575 Dorchester Avenue.Advanced Appliance Service Company. (216) 741-3334. (254) 618-5480 LAREDO . 3990 Evergreen Ave.. 98037. 3356 SC Hwy 51 29715.Short’s Hardware #3545..Cambria True Value Hardware.Electric Repair Co. 1536 Whiskey Road. 101 Van Brunt Street. 37403. (901) 527-7543.Ft. (414) 541-4340 MONONA . 24592. 75226.Ballweg Hardware Inc. 27604.Discount Sales & Service. 1107 E. (423) 267-9224 KNOXVILLE . 75207.Appalachian Serv Center. 5435 Burnet Road..Mike's Bikes.. 18702. 501 W. (940) 888-3980 TEMPLE .. 29678. 43609. (717) 743-5383 TROY . 10 S. 44131. (540) 434-4040. 97232. 3224 Market Street.Hoover Hardware #3958. 79414. 74501.Authorized Appliance Service Center.. (717) 842-4668 ORANGEVILLE . 2819 West Avenue North. (330) 782-4705 OKLAHOMA MC ALESTER .. Elms Rd.. 502-504 North 9th Street. Center St. 16521 13th Ave. 54603.Burke’s Appliance Service. 78216. Route 487.. (512) 854-1851 DALLAS . 115 N. Highway 25-70 Bldg. (800) 499-0755 PASADENA . 1519 Church Street. (800) 527-7385 FT.Action Small Appliance. 78584. (800) 433-0664 WICHITA FALLS . 1409 West Oltorf. (800) 588-7339 SEASIDE . (253) 475-0668 WENATCHEE . 1465 W 7th. (336) 667-5103 RALEIGH . (814) 943-5001. 84115. 203A Montague Avenue. 98121. (540) 665-0065 WASHINGTON BELLEVUE .Nelwon Electronics Inc. 1 Battery Dr. 627 W 26th Street. (806) 373-8812 AUSTIN . (800) 238-7345 NASHVILLE . 45402..Jerry’s Detectors. 79102. (919) 834-3476 STATESVILLE . (419) 682-4231 TOLEDO . (425) 643-9806.. 17859. 29303.J. 37203. 76504. (800) 248-5948 OREGON EUGENE -Oldfield’s. W 1536 Highway 41. 3317 South 1st Street.Wells. 44001 (440) 960-2940 BROOKLYN HEIGHTS . 19604. 3124 Boiling Springs Rd. 2313 Lark Avenue.Mike’s Appliance and Service. (540) 366-6038 SOUTH BOSTON . (800) 717-1170 DALLAS .True Value Toy Town.. 16602. 803 E. Gene Stipe Blvd. Pinero Avenue. 37919. 15905. 73105. (541) 485-6000 PORTLAND .Seneca Micronics #110 East North First St.Reid’s Appliance Service.Battery Mart... 1719 San Bernardo. (800) 585-5395 KNOXVILLE . (336) 725-5396 NORTH DAKOTA FARGO ..

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