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Old 09-13-2008, 07:00 PM   #1
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hi everyone, i have a tamiya porsche 911 gt1, the steering controls work but when i hit the gas it won't go. i here it clicking but that's it. if anyone can help me i sure would appreciate it. thankyou
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By clicking do you mean grinding? Sounds like you stripped a gear.
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the clicking comes from the neutral/high/brake module mc230cr futaba thanks for the reply, can't get the motor to run
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