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Old 03-17-2013, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default HPI Sprint 2 Drift Wont Move

Ok, so I got this car second hand, and brought it home. Turned on the transmitter, and the wheels turn, but the car wont move. Need help!
Also had a problem with the wheels, but that got fixed on my last question
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Old 03-17-2013, 11:05 AM   #2
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To trouble shooting your no-run issue - like you were advised in your other thread =

Make sure you have GOOD, FULLY CHARGED batteries all around.

Then do what truraza recommended =


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Brushed motor...
Un-screw it and make sure you have good connections and that the brushes are not sticking.
This can be done by pulling them out and making sure they move freely inside the hood.
If you have another motor lying around, try it.
Or you can put a meter on the ESC to motor leads and test for voltage.
It should be set to DC.
If you don't have a volt/ohm meter =
Head on down to your local hobby shop with the car and radio and some $ =
Firebolt 15T motors don't last too long...
And/Or it might be the ESC
And/Or it could (but I doubt it) be the radio/crystal(s) ...

But you won't know what the problem is until:
A) You test the present components
OR
B) Swap each suspected item out one at a time with a good/new component until you find the culprit or culprits...

TROUBLE SHOOTING =
The principles and procedures are basically the same regardless ...

Additionally -
It would be nice if you would post your findings/results - in the same thread that you asked for help in - as an assist to other S2 owners with similar problems -

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