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Bake-gas crossfeed I have 2 pro force wheels with the same problem-after 5 min or so of playing the brake will start to apply and get worse until car will not move. Gas will still work and at times working pedals will make better but not for long until game is unplayable. GT3 GT4 games. thanks Rick

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  • Anonymous Oct 24, 2008

    My pedal has the same problem. Is there a fix?

  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    PS3 GT5:P using Force GT wheel, I get the same issue. Been driving me nuts. Where the car will not move, acts like its not getting gas even thought the white gas pedal indicator graph is moving. I thought it might be damage simulation. Also car gets stuck on a wall and will not respond to reverse or steering.

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The problem is dust inside the pedal potentiometers, just take apart the pedal box, make sure the pedals are facing downward when you remove the bottom cover, otherwise the springs are going to pop out, once inside you will see the inside on the pedals, a couple of springs and two potentiometers (where all the wires connect to) take one of these out carefully and spray the hell out of it with WD40, turning them with your fingers back and forth all the way, put it back in and repeat the process with the other one, make sure they are in the same rotation position when you put them back in and make sure they seat properly before you put the back cover on. this will fix the problem, if problem keeps coming back just take one out and go to your local electronics store and get replacements just make sure you wire them like the originals

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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If you pause the game you can reset the pedals but unpluging them from the main unit then plug them back in, they will then reset and the you will have another 5 minutes of playing until the brake goes hay wire again.

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