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10. How do I connect my racing wheel?

  • Plug the receiver into the USB port #1 on the Playstation 3 console, then turn on the console.
  • Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the racing wheel.
  • Insert 4 AA batteries into the compartment. Make sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals on the batteries align with the + and – symbols in the battery compartment.
  • Replace the battery compartment cover.
  • Connect the foot pedal to the racing wheel, then turn on the power switch on the racing wheel. The LED lights red.
  • Press HOME to select the port the racing wheel is connected to. The corresponding LEDs light on the receiver plugged into the console.
  • In some games, the racing wheel must be assigned to controller 1.
    • Press and hold HOME and assign the racing wheel to controller 1. The read LED above the power switch indicates that the wireless connection has been made successfully.
    • If the LED is not on, make sure that the receiver is plugged in and the batteries are installed correctly, then turn the racing wheel off then on again. The LED should light within10 seconds.
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11. Can I adjust the sensitivity of the racing wheel?

  • Yes, by following these steps:
    • Press and hold SELECT and START for three seconds. The LED turns yellow.
    • Press SELECT. The LED indicates the current sensitivity setting.
      • LED solid—Medium sensitivity
      • LED flashing quickly—High sensitivity
      • LED flashing slowly—Low sensitivity
    • Press UP on the directional pad to save the setting.
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12. How do I know when I need to change the batteries?

  • The LED on the racing wheel will flash when the battery charge is getting low. When this occurs you will need to replace the batteries.
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13. My racing wheel keeps shutting off when I’m in the middle of a race.

  • There may be occasional periods of interference if your racing wheel is near a microwave or other 2.4GHZ devices like cordless phones, Wi-Fi networks, and Bluetooth devices.
    • Try removing these types of devices to determine if one of these devices is causing interference.
    • Once you have determined which device is causing interference, please move it further from the PS3 and the racing wheel to eliminate the interference.
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14. What buttons can be programmed?

  • You can program the foot pedals, L3, R3, and the gear stick.
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15. Can the left or right paddles on the steering wheel be programmed?

  • No. Only the foot pedals, L3, R3, and the gear stick can be programmed.
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16. What does the left foot pedal do?

  • In some games the left foot pedal acts as a Brake and in others it is Reverse.
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17. Does the racing wheel vibrate?

  • No, the racing wheel does not have a vibrate function.