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Autopilot Heading Selector not functioning

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Guest caribchief

Hello Guys,I am recently experiencing a problem using the Heading Selector in auto-pilot.When I engage the autopilot and click on heading select, the aircraft starts rolling from side to side along the longitudinal axis and the ailerons move up and down. This stops once I disengage the autopilot. I have updated the FSUIPC and nothing. I have gone as far as uninstalling FS9 and re-installing it with no add on software except the PSS Dash8. The problem still exists.The strange thing is the aircraft worked excellent for me and this happened after. Please if there is any fix for this, let me know as soon as possible.ThanksCaribchief

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Guest Chris1001

Just a thought but have you tried jumping into the default Cessna, making sure the AP is OK there and then jumping back to the Dash-8.This as cured some minor things for me in the past.

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