Introduction

Use this guide to diagnose and replace a faulty motor on your Parrot AR.Drone 2.0.

AR.Drone 2.0 spare parts and mounting tools are available from several Parrot retailers.

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  • Remove the foam body.

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Image 1/2: Remove the battery by releasing the battery retaining straps. Image 2/2: Remove the battery by releasing the battery retaining straps.
  • Disconnect the battery by pulling the two red wires apart.

  • Remove the battery by releasing the battery retaining straps.

how do i put the clips back in?

kuki vier - Reply

Are you referring to the clips in step three? If so, i highly recommend a hard, flat edged tool like a plastic spudger or flat head screw driver. Push is against the opposite side of the C clip that is opened with roughly the same force you applied to get it off. You have to be really careful that you push it directly horizontal or else you might damage the shaft or risk loosing the clip if it pops off.

David Hoyt -

Image 1/1: Be careful as these clips can fly off and can be difficult to find.
  • Remove the small retaining clip using a plastic opening tool.

  • Be careful as these clips can fly off and can be difficult to find.

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  • The propeller, gear, and rod can be removed by simply lifting them off the motor.

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  • Disconnect the connector at the bottom of the motor assembly.

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  • Remove the three 5mm screws on the top of the motor assembly with a PH00 bit.

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Image 1/1: The three screws from the top are different from the three screws on the bottom.
  • Remove the three 5mm screws on the bottom again using a PH00 bit.

  • The three screws from the top are different from the three screws on the bottom.

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  • Carefully wiggle out the motor assembly out of the arm.

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Conclusion

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

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are the motors different on each side?

dbksoft - Reply

I need to know this also. replaced cross.member but did not put motors in original spots now my drone goes crazy and erratic

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