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If I lost the remote control to an r/c car, can I use another one? or how can I fix it? Answered

Do I need to replace a transmitter and receiver? if so how? Any other suggestions are welcome.

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XOIIOBest Answer (author)2009-05-08

You will need one that is the same frequency, and with simmilar controls, or mod one with the same frequency to work. I've done this before, it works great! Hope i helped!

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DuncanG10 (author)XOIIO2018-03-07

Well would if it's not the actual remote for it but it has the same brand and mhz

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Kevvixx (author)XOIIO2009-05-08

How do I tell what frequency it is?

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CarlosO112 (author)2017-07-11

Hi. I have a new transmitter for a Maisto R/C Rock Crawler 3XL Radio Control Vehicle.

It has the same freq as the vehicle but now I don´t know how to make it work. any insights

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RajP56 (author)2016-07-05

I lost the remote of my Rc Jeep , how do I make another remote without spending money ? Please give me suggestions and a video

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bears0 (author)2009-10-25

 i tried before but for the racing cars it has to be exact 27 mhz doesnt always mean 27 mhz
it could be 27.056 mhz so see if someone has a frequency scanner

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jacobzman (author)2009-06-07

yes call the plas you got it from then thay will orderyou a new one about $15

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XOIIO (author)2009-05-08

Normally on the bottom of the car or in the battery door it has a sticker, you may need to open it though. If your really desperate, you could try to find someone/ somewhere that has a radio frequency detector.

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lemonie (author)2009-05-08

Exactly the same will work. Similar may need tuning - I'd guess there's a "knob" inside which adjusts the frequency. But you'd have to find something that works in exactly the same way. L

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