I had the same problem and called Nintendo support. They had us unplug the wii console for 30 seconds, plug it back in and start the system back up. BEFORE pressing the A button on the health and safety screen, we needed to take the battery cover off of one remote, press the red sync button, then quickly press the sync button on the front of the wii console (in the front - you have to open the flap). Once the single blue light was on at the bottom of the remote, do the same with the other remote (press the sync button on it and then on the wii console). Then the second blue light should be lit on the second remote. Hope that helps!
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Well, I don't use the Wii wheel. I played with the gba and Game Cube controller. So I recommend to try using the nunchuk in your races. Play Wii play to test your wii remote's pointing and twisting ability's
Had the same problem last night.... Turn off the wii system by unplugging , wait a couple of seconds and plug back in. Next, the front of the wii has a pocket that opens, there is a red button. Put the disc to mario kart in the wii once you see the federal regs push and hold the red button on the wii for 15 seconds then once this 15 seconds is up with the controllers battery case open push the red button to the original controller. All of lights will flash and then stop. Push the red button on the wii console again just once. Then push the red button on the second remote wait till all lights stop flashing push the red button on the console and now they should be married to the wii system. Hope this helps----do you know how to get the volume? We don't have any volume
Another possibility is that the original poster did not push the "+"
button on the main remote when on the screen in Mario Kart to register
happened to me. I was holding down the 1 and 2 buttons over and over on
the second remote, watching the blue lights flash, but the remote
wouldn't register. Eventually someone noticed the instructions on the
screen to push the "+" button. When you push the "+" button, another
screen appears to let you really register additional remotes.
Wii Sports, there is no pushing of the "+" button to register new
remotes... I had incorrectly assumed it worked the same way in Mario
Kart and didn't bother reading the on-screen instructions.