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Old 06-05-2012, 07:29 AM
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Have encountered a strange problem on my Savage now! It was really a bit out of the blue .. Was out driving one day and then I noticed that the battery began to be empty, so I took the battery out and put it on charge, and parked the car for the day! When I put the battery back in, then hit the main stream of the car so the was no reaction to either the gas or steering .. So I tried to turn the car off and on sometimes, and after 4-5 times as things happened. Both steering and the gas went crazy, the wheels turn from side to side and adjust the gas all the time, without me touching anything on the controller, I can even turn off the controller, and the car lives its own life.,

Anybody have a suggestion of what might be wrong?

This I have checked:
- Have checked all wires for wire break, both inside the servos, receiver, transmitter, yes, all the wires I found.
- I bought a new receiver and new crystals, but when I tried the new receiver was absolutely nothing happened .. completely dead
- Have gone over all the circuit boards and debugged them, and everything will be fine there. - Purchased new battery to the car, but still same problem.

Really hope someone can help me with this! and sorry for my bad english..
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:43 PM
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Old 06-06-2012, 04:24 PM
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Sounds like either the batt's in the TX are dead or not making connection, or the TX itself crapped out altogether.
Do you have another TX you can try with the truck?
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