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    [RESOLVED] Fanatec CSR Wheel Base V2 + CSR V3 Pedals unresponsive

    When I calibrate my wheel and pedals outside of the game, they both work fine. However, in project cars and asetta corsa my wheel is responsive but my pedals are not. I selected the CSR wheel and pedals in the controls option menu and still no response when I go to calibrate. If anyone has a solution please help!

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    CSR wheelbase v2? I think you mean CSW v2? Make sure you select CSW v2 with separate pedals if you have the CSP connected through USB. Also, assign the pedals before calibrating them.
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    Oops. Yes I meant CSW V2. Thank you! That fixed the problem!
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    Assign pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by Remco Van Dijk View Post
    CSR wheelbase v2? I think you mean CSW v2? Make sure you select CSW v2 with separate pedals if you have the CSP connected through USB. Also, assign the pedals before calibrating them.
    When you say assign pedals, do you mean in the XBox One console, in the console settings, game settings, or in the Fanatec Pedal settings, or in the Fanatec Wheel Base settings?
    Please clarify, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_G37S View Post
    When you say assign pedals, do you mean in the XBox One console, in the console settings, game settings, or in the Fanatec Pedal settings, or in the Fanatec Wheel Base settings?
    Please clarify, thanks!

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