What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Rider?

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What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Rider?

Post by MrSmith » Tue Mar 26, 2013 8:39 pm

What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Rider?

Can you please simply respond in one line or two,

the problems you have encountered with your HW 1:18 KITT please

I want to be able to point the HW people at their website to this thread so they can please address our issues and concerns with the model by the time the Super Elite model comes out,

I would also like them to see the number of people that have experienced quality control problems with their model


so please simply say in one line or two whats wrong with your model

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On my model the seats will pop up randomly, they will not stay seated correctly.

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Re: What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Ride

Post by AppleMacri1980 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:44 pm

good idea i do not have the toy but good idea to tell them how you all feel about it...

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Re: What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Ride

Post by Han » Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:08 pm

the "glass" is kinda odd, perhaps its just in this one

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Re: What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Ride

Post by Stevie mark » Thu Mar 28, 2013 10:18 pm

My passenger seat will not stay locked,the scanner button needs to be pushed a couple of times to come on,the front wheels are in a fixed right position.......

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Re: What problems exist with your 1:18 HotWheels Knight Ride

Post by DanielB » Fri Mar 29, 2013 7:06 pm

- Fog-light Grilles badly bent out of shape
- T-Tops don't sit flush
- Tail-light isn't fitted properly and bulges in the middle

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