Try removing each battery from the controller and the vehicle. Replace them, give the car and controller 30 seconds to restart, then see whether that fixes the problem. Make sure the controller and all of the car’s batteries are new and fresh as well.
However, there are other possibilities as to why your Toy Story 4 Rc Turbo Buggy could not be working or responding to the remote.
How to Fix Toy Story 4 Rc Turbo Buggy Not Working
The first issue is that the remote’s batteries are dead. If the batteries are dead, neither the controls nor the transmitter will work. Changing the batteries will fix this. For information on how to replace the batteries, please see our article on replacing remote batteries.
The presence of a loose wire on the control is another possibility. The remote activates when electricity flows through the control. Electricity cannot flow through the controller unless two conductors are in direct touch with one another.
If the cables are severed, the remote’s board needs to be replaced. To discover how to replace the board, visit our guide to replacing circuit boards.
You can use the remote to test it on the additional vehicle if you have more than one. If the other car runs smoothly, the issue is with the car itself rather than the remote. You might have to buy another one.
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The last possibility is that the battery compartment wasn’t properly fastened (on the inside), but the connection was weak and the screws wouldn’t move too far. You had to turn everything off, unscrew the bottom, then duck tape the battery compartment to the sides in order for it to operate.
Some approaches that have worked in the past include shutting everything off, removing the bottom, and leveling the antenna. Finally, turn it back on and give it 20 seconds to run (or until the light stops blinking).