Remove all of the batteries from the controller and the vehicle. Wait 30 seconds, then replace them, restart the car and the controller, and see if it fixes the problem. Also, make sure the controller and all of the car’s batteries are brand new and fresh.
However, there are other reasons why the Adventure Force Remote Control Car may not be responding to the remote.
How to Fix Adventure Force Remote Control Car Not Working
The first issue is that the remote’s batteries are dead. If the batteries are dead, the controls and transmitter will not work. You may fix it by replacing the batteries. For more information on how to change the batteries, please see our Remote Batteries Replacement guide.
A loose wire in the control is another option. The remote activates when electricity passes through the control. For electricity to flow, two conductors inside the controller must establish direct contact with one another.
If the wires are cut, you will need to replace the board in the remote. Learn how to replace a circuit board by visiting our guide on replacing circuit boards.
If you have more than one vehicle, you can test it on the second vehicle using the remote. If the other car works well, the issue is with the vehicle, not the remote. You may need to buy a second one.
The final possibility is that the battery compartment was not adequately secured (on the inside), but the screws wouldn’t go much further and the connection was weak. You had to turn everything off, unscrew the bottom, then duck tape the battery compartment to the sides to make it function.
Turning off everything, removing the bottom, and straightening the antenna have all proven beneficial in the past. Finally, restart it and leave it running for 20 seconds (or until the light stops blinking).