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    Posted: 07 December 2011 at 1:08pm
Hi,
 
Have a schumacher fusion, relatively old one, when engine is not running the servos respond really well, as soon as engine is on they twitch on there own and opens the throttle so the car shoots off.
 
Anyone have any ideas? does it require a new servo?
 
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Servo glitching can be a pain in nitro cars, although you can get it in an form of rc.
 
Have a look at this : http://www.rchobbies.org/cars_stop-radio-glitching.htm   And see if any of that helps you. Usually it's vibration, metal on metal contact or something in the wiring.
 
 
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Yes defiantly check all your wires and if you feel up to it open up the reciever and give it a spray with contact cleaner and have a dood look at the circuit board while there, Some times people get confused with servo chatter where the gears become worn and the servo "shake's" due to the worn gear the servo cant find center due to the gap in the worn gears so shakes back wards a forwards....Most times a new set of servo gears and the servo is as good as new....
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