Ω, I almost forgot my safety goggles. Εντάξει, already first let’s take out the batteries, so we looked at it and there seems be four Phillips head screws. So gon na use a Phillips head screwdriver from this set that you can get at any local hardware store. Είμαι.. Sorry check out the four screws now I’m gon na take the top on the bottom, who I can’t get it off, because the wires are connected: Δροσερό, a circuit board, these red and green wires, um lead to the front and rear lights, which are probably LEDs. We’Re gon na cut the wires, so you can take the top off okay. So this is the circuit board. This on and off switch here’s. The wire from the battery is to go to the circuit board, which sends signals to turn on the motor in the back to to make the wheels turn and there’s a motor in the front to make the wheels turn from side to side. Why you staring at me no thing: δεν είναι αυτό που νομίζω., Σαν να είναι., a cousin, I’m scary, we’re gon na take apart the front to get the front motor that turns the wheels from side to side and we’re gon na take. Apart of the back to get the backward. That accelerates. Some wheels, sometimes these screws can be hard to get started so I’m gon na start a couple of these for deck, because they’re a little bit difficult. Nwo, that is what I call some gears so that’s inside of a remote control car, we used a Phillips head.
Screwdriver from a set of precision, screwdrivers that are used for getting out those tiny screws and we used wire cutters to snip the wires throughout the car. Okay and then we found two motors, one controlling the back wheels, making them go forward and backwards, and the motor in the front controlling the steering and they had an interesting set of gears to turn the front, wheels right and left and right in the middle. We found the circuit board controlling all the functions that I share for today. Don’T forget to come to wrecks, laughs, calm and tell us what you like to take apart, see you next time on wrecks labs, where we take things apart and see how they work.