V3 pedals don't work correctly (they are on 100/50 automatically)
Tomas Bekker Member
in F1 20xx
Hey guys, I need your help. I have the CSL DD and the V3 pedals connected to the wheel base. F1 2021 recognizes the CSL DD when I put it in PC mode, but the V3 Pedals don't work. The brake and throttle are both automatically on for some reason. Throttle is on 100 and brake is on 50.
When I put the CSL DD in compat mode (yellow) like someone suggested, the game doesn't recognize the CSL DD and I cannot set it up.
I'm at a loss at the moment. I have no problems with Assetto Corsa and iRacing btw, so the wheelbase is not broken.
I need some help please. Thanks!
You just need to use Compatibility Mode for that Game because Codemasters did not properly implemented them into F1 2021 but made this critical error when used in native PC mode.
Its then a CSW v2.5 in game which you can set-up.
Hey Maurice, thanks for your quick response.
When I put the CSL DD in compatibility mode the game doesn't recognize it. Is there some kind of order in which to do it?
The game should register it as a CSW v2.5.
The comp mode needs to be engaged before you start the game and the base needs to be detected properly in the driver UI in Comp mode as well.
When I put my base in compat mode it doesn't show up in Fanalab or Fanatec control panel. Is that what you mean? I guess I'm doing something wrong, but what is it? I'm a new customer..
I'm on driver 429
Then you need to run the repair mode or reinstall the driver with the base powered on and in Comp mode.
That way the proper usb device driver gets installed and then it should be shown properly in the driver UI and in FanaLab.
Will that not cause any issues for PC mode? Because I have no problems there with other games and it shows up in Fanalab when in PC mode. I don't want to cause issues to other games.
Where do I find repair mode?
If you could reply to my last question Maurice that would be really helpfull. I found repair mode, but that didn't do it. I'm hesitant to mess around with drivers in compat mode. I've never read anywhere else that you have to do it like that
This may be a stupid question but, have you tried switching to a different USB port? I have an issue on my PC where the wheel is detected fine in PC mode on every port, but in CMP mode there are two ports where it will simply not be detected by Fanalab no matter what I do. As long as I avoid plugging the wheel into either of those two ports, I've had no problems since.