Introduction

This guide will walk you through the process of replacing the truck circuit board in a Maisto Rock Crawler.

Flip the R/C truck over. To take off the R/C truck top, use the driver and bit PH2 and remove the four 7.7mm Philips screws highlighted.
  • Flip the R/C truck over.

  • To take off the R/C truck top, use the driver and bit PH2 and remove the four 7.7mm Philips screws highlighted.

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Half way remove the truck top so you can unhinge the antenna from the clips. Remove the R/C truck top completely.
  • Half way remove the truck top so you can unhinge the antenna from the clips.

  • Remove the R/C truck top completely.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Use the Driver and bit J1 to remove the top under-body plate by unscrewing the eight 9.5mm Philips screws.
  • Use the Driver and bit J1 to remove the top under-body plate by unscrewing the eight 9.5mm Philips screws.

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Use the driver and bit J1 and remove the 7.7mm Philips screw highlighted.
  • Use the driver and bit J1 and remove the 7.7mm Philips screw highlighted.

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Take note of which wire is connected at which pin before desoldering. It might help to mark the wires and take a picture.
  • Take note of which wire is connected at which pin before desoldering. It might help to mark the wires and take a picture.

  • It would be easier to desolder and resolder only one component at a time.

  • Use the soldering iron to desolder all the wires connected to the circuit board.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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2 Comments

Can you do anything to it to make it stronger are powerful

Matt John - Reply

Yes put a board from a nikko or ez tec in it. The 9.6 volt is the one to find and wire the motors to the single motor output. I think u have to wire one backwards to get both going right way

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