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Brake pedal sticks!

The brake pedal on my driving force gt is sticking just on the surface so that the brakes are just barely on when I step off the pedal. I have to manually lift the pedal to stop braking...any solutions? I have the same thing. I was told by Logitech's Customer Care that I should return the product and they will replace it.

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Here is the solution for the sticky brake pedal. This is a common problem on the Logitech Driving Force Series Wheels. http://merc460racing.com/GT/repairing_logitech_driving_force.htm

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