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Assembly Instructions

Before assembling the PiCar-X, please first verify that all parts and components have been included. If there are any missing or damaged components, please contact SunFounder immediately at service@sunfounder.com to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

Please follow the steps on the following PDF for assembly instructions:

[PDF]Component List and Assembly of PiCar-X.

Mount Raspberry Pi Zero W on PiCar-X

If your mainboard is a Raspberry Pi Zero W, here are the steps to install it on the PiCar-X.

Afterward, you can continue following the instructions in the video below from 1:45 onwards to assemble it.

Assembly Tutorial Video(Raspberry Pi 4/3/1 Model)

This video will walk you through the process of assembling your robot from scratch.

In this tutorial, you will learn:

  • Preparation: We’ll introduce you to all the tools and parts needed, ensuring you’re fully equipped before starting the assembly.

  • Assembly Steps: We’ll demonstrate each assembly step in a systematic manner.

  • Tips and Considerations: Throughout the process, we’ll share essential tips and tricks to help you avoid common mistakes and ensure your car operates smoothly.

  • Zeroing a Servo: Before fixing each servo, it needs to be zeroed first. The steps for zeroing are to first install the Raspberry Pi OS, then install the required modules, and then run a script (set the angle of all PWM pins to 0). After that, plug in the servo wire to zero the servo.