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T60 Thrustmaster Steering Wheel pedals not working

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by jamescool123, Nov 5, 2015.

  1. jamescool123

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    I need some help...
    i have a ps3 USB T60 Thrust master steering wheel everything works paddles, pedals, buttons and all.
    but when i use it with beamng the pedals wont work... any help?
     
  2. stenyak

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    I need more information:
    Do they show up in the hardware tab? Do they react correctly there to your feet movements? Are you able to assing bindings (brake, throttle, etc) for each of the pedals? Does the "pedals" UI app show the pedals moving correctly? Does the vehicle then react to those movements?
    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks for replying
    The steering wheel does show up in hardware tab
    When i press down the pedals nothing moves in the hardware tab
    Unable to assign bindings
    Nothing happens in the pedals and axis app when pressed down
    Vehicle doesn't react

    If you could find a solution that would be great!
     
  4. stenyak

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    Please go to windows control panel, go to the Game Controllers menu, double click the steering wheel on that list, and then check if the pedal graphs move in that window.

    Also, please attach the documents/beamng.drive/beamng.log file, so that I can take a look. Thanks!
     
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    I got it to work some how...
    but thanks for the help, only one problem
    the pedals work like buttons one they hit a certain point its 100% throttle..
     
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    Do the pedals move smoothly in BeamNG's Controls > Hardware menu?
    Can you please attach your Documents/BeamNG.Drive/beamng.log file?
    Thanks!
     
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    well they just activate then deactivate
     

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    Indeed, they seem to be identified as buttons, instead of axes.
    Other owners of your wheel experience the same problem: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-2786573/thrustmaster-t60-work.html#16593718

    From what I read, it looks like the problem is that it may not be supported under Windows. It is a PS3 wheel and Thrustmaster does not provide any drivers for use with Windows. Even so,if I were you I would try installing the drivers for a different Thrustmaster wheel (for a T150 for example) and see if that helps I doubt it will help, but cross your fingers and try just in case :)
     
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    Haha ok thanks for the help though
    +1 for the service;);)
     
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    hey again... i have another problem...
    if i have 2 cars out at the same time and one has a trailer or is a working machine if its on and i switch cars all the moving parts break 100%
    i have no idea whats happening but it would be nice to find out,
    Thanks once again
     
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