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Bimpus

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The wheel's turning range should be set to 900 degrees. In G Hub, select the G29, head to "Steering wheel" tab, then adjust the angle, so it's set to 900 degrees of range. This is done with second slider from the top. You can also lock these settings with the ūüĒď icon by clicking on it. After it changes to ūüĒí, you'll get the current settings available on¬†all¬†profiles.

 

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How to fix sudden steering issue on your USB steering wheel

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12 hours ago, Lucas._ said:

Hello there, 

I am happy to see you all here.

 

May I know did you find the best solution to your questions? Feel free to let us know of any updates.

 

Cheers,
Lucas._
TruckersMP Support

I found my solution! In the logitech G Hub my settings would change after I alt + tab back into the game but the lock in the top right like @Titanic4 said fixed it.

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Hi @Bimpus,

You could try resetting the game controls settings and try to reconfigure it so that you see if it's a game, pc or racing wheel issue.

 

 

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Hey there @Bimpus

 

 

First of all, welcome to TruckersMP Forum - Help section. 

My name is RedWolf [CZ] I Petr and I will be answering your question. 

 

Firstly, please look at your in-game settings - go to Options - Controls 

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As I posted above, try to decrease the Terain Surface, Terrain surface vibration as it can affect your steering wheel. Don't forget to lock at your force feedback, if it's too high, it may rotate your steering wheel while you are driving. 

I would also be glad, if you posted me the video of your issue as it can be easier for me to help you with your question. 

 

If you need any more furthur assistence, don't hesitate to quote me here  I will remain at your disposal. 

 

 

Hope it helps to solve your issue. 

Regards,

RedWolf [CZ] 

 

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