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Hello all,Sorry if this has been discussed already but I have been away for a month or so......I seem to be having a few problems with my auto throttle.I depart from a airport - since I have no SID/STAR data, I engage Auto Pilot then fly the SID via co-ordinates (used to doing that from flying the 747-200 ;-)), but when it comes to using the auto throttle, it seems to just not work. There is movement in N1% but it only moves a small amount (5-10% N1) over time. I am becoming near a stall since it is giving me such low thrust.I have tried this a few times, using LVL CHG, selecting manual rate of climb and simply just using auto throttle on its own to see what happens and nothing.This is using the Service Pack 1 (I do recall it working before I installed the Service Pack 1 and I did as said, removed the 737NG and did a fresh installation, then installed SP1).I am running FS2002, and I selected FS2002 when installing both 737NG and SP1.Any help would be appreciated!Thanks!

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Please sign your posts !The forum rules have not changed within the last months.1) Have you armed your autothrottle ?2) Are the GENS on ? (overhead)3) if the above are yes, then re-installing solved this issue for users reporting this. De-install first with our utility on our web site.anthony (signing my post)Anthony MertonPrecision Manuals Developmenthttp://www.precisionmanuals.com

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Reading a post above (someone has the same related problem) it looks like a FSUIPC issue.I recently installed PSS's A320 again (did a fresh installation of FS) and that somehow rolled back FSUIPC from 2.975 to 2.81 - could FSUIPC be the case?Ross (signed!)

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Installed 3.01 (unregistered) because I can't seem to find v2.975Still get the same problem - after take off engage AP then AT and it climbs too much, throttles fall back to 50% N1, I stall then the aircraft jerks forward into a nose dive, then start climbing again and repeat the whole thing again.I'll try a reinstall and see how things go...Ross

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