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    My steering doesn't work.

    Hi, I just got a brand new VXL Rustler with the 2.4 ghz with Traxxas Link. I turned the car on and when I turned left it turned right and when i turned right it turned left. So then I went into the programming mode and I reversed the steering well then it turned the right way but the wheels were pointed to the left, so I put the steering trim all the way to the right and it still was to the left a lot. So then, (not knowing what I was doing) I went and clicked into the steering % (Dual Rate) and I just clicked set. Now the steering doesn't work unless I reverse the servo, but then it has the problem as the beginning with the opposite turning.

    So I need help with two things.

    ONE: How do I fix the steering and make it steer and/or work with the Dual Rate Percent? (What does it even do???)

    TWO: After I fix the Steering Percent, how do I fix the problem of it still being to far to the left? (Do I just take apart my servo and then straighten the wheels, and then re put in the servo part? Or can I do it through the transmitter?)

    Please help and thank you guys.
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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Jimmie Neutron's Avatar
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    I would start by resetting the controller.

    There should be instructions in the bottom next to the batteries.

    One you have it reset and rebound respond here if you still need help.
    If the servo is too far out of whack, you are going to have to move the servo horn a tooth or two.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmie Neutron View Post
    I would start by resetting the controller.

    There should be instructions in the bottom next to the batteries.

    One you have it reset and rebound respond here if you still need help.
    If the servo is too far out of whack, you are going to have to move the servo horn a tooth or two.
    That worked! I am going to have to move the Servo Horn over a little bit and everything will be perfect! Thanks for help!
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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Jimmie Neutron's Avatar
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    Glad I could help!
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    Accidental Repeat
    Last edited by akapants; 03-17-2012 at 09:31 PM.
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    VXLs: Sl4sh Sl2sh Rusty Merv

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