Ce tutoriel détaille, étape par étape, comment remplacer le port de charge d'une DualShock 4.

  1. À l'aide d'un tournevis Phillips #00, retirez les quatre vis de 6,0 mm qui maintiennent en place le capot arrière de la manette.
    • À l'aide d'un tournevis Phillips #00, retirez les quatre vis de 6,0 mm qui maintiennent en place le capot arrière de la manette.

    • Ne dévissez pas complètement les vis car cela risque d'endommager les pas de celles-ci.

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  2. Commencez par le côté gauche :
    • Commencez par le côté gauche :

      • Pincez le côté gauche de la manette pour créer une ouverture.

      • Insérez un outil en plastique dans l'ouverture et coulissez-le jusqu'au joystick.

      • Appuyez sur l'outil en plastique afin d'ouvrir la coque.

    • Répétez ces étapes pour le côté droit.

    Shoulders are where L1/L2/R1/R2 are, not the %#*@ handles. Confusing instructions.

    foxhoundunit89 - Réponse

    Quick tip: Be VERY careful at this step not to dislodge the tiny spring attached to the L2/R2 buttons. While removing the cover, it's easy to pull off either L2/R2 button. Inadvertently pulling off either button will also remove the tiny spring as well. While not too difficult to reassemble, it's not obvious where the spring goes as the spring is almost completely hidden along the side of the button (on the inside).

    I just successfully completed analog stick replacements for two controllers. I completed the first repair without any trouble but managed to dislodge (and almost lose) the spring on the second time around. Needless to say, I spent some time trying to figure out where the spring is supposed to go (no photos of this anywhere). By sheer luck, I figured it out on my own. :)

    Good luck and take your time--especially the first time!

    Michael Whang - Réponse

    couldn't have posted pics for me? :D

    kimsballs -

    Golden tip but I would add a thing or two.

    Most probably both triggers R1&R2 will stay in lower half of the pad case with springs hanging there.

    You must take them of their lower case sockets before assembly and fit them bellow L1&L2

    When you feel click when fitting them and spring works like on normal assembled pad you're done.

    If thats not the case do not try to assemble lower casing half as triggers will not work properly.

    Simon -

    if you lost the springs unfortunately, the triggers would still work but it is harder to get to the precise digital press. In other words you will have hard time to create a light press than a hard press.

    meaningless -

    • Pour ouvrir la manette, insérez un outil en plastique et appuyez dessus au niveau des boutons suivants :

      • Le bouton Share

      • Le bouton Options

    • Séparez les deux parties de la coque de la manette. N'oubliez pas que ces deux ensembles sont encore maintenus par les nappes de connexion des cartes électroniques!

    • Trois pièces se détachent souvent de la manette. Pour éviter de les perdre, maintenez un espace de travail propre et organisé.

      • 2 ressorts de gâchette

      • 1 extension en plastique du bouton Reset

    You can't just pull the casing halves apart. There is a plastic bar that is part of the casing and separates the L1 and R1 buttons from the L2 and R2 buttons. To get this loose, pull the casing outward perpendicular to the L and R buttons until you can slide the L2 and R2 buttons from behind the plastic bar.

    dzturbd - Réponse

    SO yesterday replaced the thumb stick on my controller, and now the R2 button is stuck, know any way to remedy this?

    ScootsMcgoots -

    I know you put a warning, but I lost the grey reset button extension. Any idea where to get a replacement part?

    miamiman77 - Réponse

    Hey, not even sure when you wrote this, but wanted to share my solution for this problem. I lost one of my reset button rubber pieces when I was doing a different repair, and found that a standard bamboo skewer is just about the perfect diameter to function as a replacement. Just cut it to the proper length and you should be able to get it in there and get your reset functionality back.

    tcbrekke -

    You don't really need it. A long paper clip will work fine.

    Ron Smith - Réponse

    I've removed and changed all buttons all seemed ok but now the options and share button don't work, as in when I pressed them down there is no longer a click (bounce) I'm certain it's back in the correct place and I don't think they can be put the wrong way up, does anyone have any advice please :)

    Rachel - Réponse

    My share button stopped 'clicking'. When I stripped the controller down I noticed a small copper coloured dimple on the motherboard was depressed instead of proud like the one for the options button. With bluetack I was able to pull it out but each time I tested it with my finger it clicked once and stayed depressed. I don't think there is a permanent solution to this as it's probably metal fatigue or similar so i put a tiny bit of blue tack overy the dimple so the plunger could push that bit further and hopefully pull it out each time. Seems to work as I reassemble the controller. Fingers crossed it holds out a while! I'd love to know if someone else had a different solution.

    The5HD -

    I had an extra part, and it wasn’t gray. Thank goodness for the picture of the black one. It’s rubbery. The small end should be inserted down towards the gold colored spot. It’s next to the word RESET on the mobo.

    J Coyote - Réponse

    When reassembling: If, like me, your R2/L2 buttons stayed with the bottom of the controller when you took it apart, it will be impossible to reassemble and get the tiny springs back in place.

    To remedy, remove the buttons, and attach them, with the springs correctly placed, to the top of the controller. There are two tiny grooves, one on the button, and one on the controller top, into which the spring fits.

    Jeff Human - Réponse

    Jeff, we owe you a six pack for this comment.

    James Goldie -

    Thank You!! The spring came out and I looked for a way to reinsert it. So I led a thread through its opening (so it couldn´t jump away), and compressed it with pliers. So it was easy to put it in.

    VauWeh -

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    • Détachez le câble qui relie les deux parties de la manette à la carte mère à l'aide de vos doigts.

    • Une fois que les deux moitiés sont séparées, mettez de côté la partie haute de la manette.

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    • Retirez les deux vis qui maintiennent le sous-ensemble. Ensuite, utilisez la pince de précision pour saisir la pièce noire , longue de 5 cm, entourée en rouge sur l'image.

    • A l'aide de la pince de précision, saisissez la pièce blanche longue de 5 cm entourée en orange sur l'image.

    This is quite different in the latest (JDM-030) versions of the controller. The sub-assembly now clips in, there are no screws, and the black plastic connector is completely absent. The circuit board is also clipped in, no screws.

    marcusharvey - Réponse

    • Tout en maintenant enfoncée la pièce claire, retirez la pièce transparente de la partie haute de la manette.

      • Gardez la pièce claire en place mais enfoncez-la pour permettre d'avoir assez d'espace lors du remplacement du port de charge.

    • Utilisez le tournevis Philips #00 pour retirer les deux vis de 4,0 mm qui maintiennent en place le port de charge sur la coque.

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    • Avec la pince de précision, retirez la partie haute de l'adhésif noir qui maintient le port de charge à la partie plastique de la manette.

    • Prenez la carte du port de charge par un côté et soulevez-la doucement pour la retirez de la manette.

      • Ne retirez PAS rapidement la carte du port de charge, mais soulevez-la plutôt doucement d'un côté vers l'autre pour créer de l'espace entre la carte et la coque de la manette.

    I have tryed all of this , changed chargers 7× , changed the charging port & still nothing , do you know why & how could I fix it plz , wey thats if its possible lol but tbf I think its going two be best I buy a second hand pad of ebay or go get another original 1 from shop #Sick #HoleInPocketOnesAgain

    Adam Robson - Réponse

    I put in a USB charger PS4 is not charging I don't know why

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Where can i get the USB charger part from? mine is damaged so the lightbar and charger doesnt work but it will still connect to my PS4 until the battery runs out.

Matthew - Réponse

Did you get it repaired? I need help with mine

Ken Wood -

Where can you get a new DualShock 4 Charging Port Replacement?

Tony - Réponse

Have you found them?

jee -

Looking for a new charging port .?

Scott Ruskay - Réponse

I cant find charging ports anywhere. . This is becoming a lost cause

jee -

Placed an order with Morbidstix for the charging port. The part was on backorder for four weeks, then Morbidstix refunded my money. It looks like Sony donuts want us fixing our own controllers I guess.

ifixit is out of stock as well.

Nothing on Amazon or Ebay either.

Does anybody know where I can find one of these dual shock 4 charging assemblies?

Nick Hochuli - Réponse

my controller war charging until I broke the Mico usb port so I purchased a new one and I can get it to charge at all anytime advice? I've reset it put in a new ribbon and double checked the battery. My controller lights up it just won't charge.

Alan Kane - Réponse

My ps4 controller doesn't connect to my ps4 it's says too many usbs are connected

osmanabu66 - Réponse

I took apart my controller but the PCB doesnt look like either gen 1 or gen 2 is there a gen 3?

Ray - Réponse

Can I charge my P's4 controller with broken socket?

Cristhian Kaiser - Réponse

How do I know if I have first gen or second gen? Amazon has the charging ports for sale right now and I need two. My 4 year old tends to force the cable in when the battery is dead and he is mad. :)

Guess I could open one up and look inside. But want to ask anyways. Thanks.

seangardner - Réponse

I love ifixit. I have used it numerous occasions. I am not sure why someone would pay $42 to fix a controller issue that may or may not work and you can get a brand new on online for $46.99. I know it's what you guys do and I love it. I just thought I would add my two cents. Thanks.

daniel be - Réponse

when replacing the charge port you will need the model/gen number that it is on the part that you will be replacing. mine was JDS-030. disassemble the controller to get to the port and then order the part you need based on the part number and part itself since they are different in size.

Oscar C - Réponse

The headphone jack has snaped off inside the dualshock controller of my ps4, tryed a few things off youtube put did not work. can it be repaired or is it time to buy a new one???


if you haven't repaired it or replaced it yet you could try using a very small amount of superglue on a thin stick to attach to the broken headphone jack, give it a minute or 2 to cure and pull it out. make sure not to get the glue on anything other then the headphone jack though

mmmmm -

How do you figure out which usb replacement to buy without opening the controller?

randy barber - Réponse

I have changed the charger port on my PS4 pad and I have also put a new battery in the remote and it is still not showing the orange charge light don't know what else to try any ideas?


Chris - Réponse

Okay repaired 10 minutes

Khalid ibrahim - Réponse

How many pins are in the flex cable? Mine is old and the contract pins are broken so I'm getting a replacement.

Jacob Longnecker - Réponse

10 pins cable is only meant for the touchpad.

12 and 14 pins cable are used for the USB/lightbar.

14 pins is only used for the 1st gen (JDS-001 only).

12 pins is used for the 2nd gen up to the latest (JDS-011, JDS- 030, JDS-040)

Darth Bidder -

Why is my controller just not turning on, I've already tried resetting it and its been on the charger for about 3 hours

Anthony - Réponse

Not accurate for my dual shock controller - a different charging port chip is in place, and no screws are required to be undone to remove the white plastic piece holding the clear plastic cover in place. Also means I need to buy a different chip now that my controller is disassembled, rather than the JDS-011.

Chris Linke - Réponse

charger cable was crimped from factory, replaced it using this manual, works great, now what do i do with this $80 new controller i bought and opened..

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