How to Diagnose a Faulty Parental Remote Control
The most common symptoms of a faulty Parental Remote Control are:
Car does not pair to parental remote
There are no lights on remote control, even after changing the batteries
The light/s will not go stable and continuously flash even after following the correct pairing procedure
Car works with Pedal but not Parental Remote
Depending on the symptoms above, here are a few ways you can troubleshoot a faulty Parental Remote Control
Try and pair the remote to the car.
Try new Duracell batteries.
Test the vehicle with the pedal, if it works with pedal, the most likely fault is with the Parental Remote Control
We also recommend following the procedure of troubleshooting the MainBoard/Speed Controller to eliminate this as the faulty part. You can find the steps for this here
Updated on: 10/11/2021