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Materials you will need-
-9V battery with connector
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Step 1: Take Your Old Broken Mouse, and Remove All Its Parts.
Step 2: Make a Hole in the Middle of the Bottle Cap and Wrap Tape Around the Border As Shown. Make 4 Such Caps.
Step 3: Attach 2 of These Caps to the DC Motors and Apply Glue. Glue Them to the Mouse As Shown.
Step 4: Complete the Soldering Process and Join the Wires As Shown. Glue the Wires As Shown.
Step 5: Glue the Battery to the Mouse and Join the Wires As Shown.
Step 6: Glue the Switch in the Groove of the Top Portion of the Mouse. Now, Join the Wires As Shown.
Step 7: Place a Piece of Straw Between the Stick and Fix the Remaining 2 Caps to Either End As Shown.
Step 8: Glue the Stick to the Mouse As Shown. Your Electric Mouse Car Is Ready!