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Thread: Why does my Traxxas 2075 steering servo turn more to one side than the other??

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    Question Why does my Traxxas 2075 steering servo turn more to one side than the other??

    I just noticed today that my Traxxas 2075 servo for my Stampede, by Traxxas, turns more to one side than the other. Does anyone know how to fix this??

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    take the servo saver off, turn the transmitter on, then turn on the ESC and turn the steering trim on the remote to 0, then make sure the wheels are pointed straight forward and screw on the servo saver and your problem should be fixed.
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    I tried but it didn't fix. Although it fixed by itself like 12 hours after I did that LOL

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    O, ok haha, at least its fixed
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    True LOL

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    what was wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by schumacher cougar View Post
    what was wrong

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    read the origiinal post
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    no i ment how did he fix it

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    I had the same problem. My fix was the steering links. The steering links were not equal lengths. Once I adjusted the links to we're they were equal length, the problem was fixed.


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