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Old 03-10-2007, 02:39 PM   #1
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like its werid becasue when i turn up it goes left and when i go down it turn right, So how can i do it to make it the opposite, please help
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like its werid becasue when i turn up it goes left and when i go down it turn right, So how can i do it to make it the opposite, please help
I do not have a 3PK but it sounds like your steering is reversed. If you have the manual look for servo reversing and go from there.

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Not sure if I understand you question correctly, but if you mean it's steering in the opposite direction you are turning the wheel, then you can use the Servo Reverse function on your transmitter.

On the 3PK, I believe its "REV" on the menu, then select "NOR" OR "REV", for steering.
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