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Have reinstall the A320 PRO for fs2004, after loading fs2004 with default a/c (baron) than switched to a320 CFM as suggested by PSS, I've found this bug on the wheels page, the brake temperature, continuing to increasing till more than 1000

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this is a known issue and has never been patched by PSS (i remember some posts when the A32x was first patched from FS2002 to FS9 some users reached temps above 100,000).--

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i thought that there was some agreement that it had to do with how PSS designed the 'logic' that simulated brake heat. the fault is that when there is wind, the 'logic' thinks that the aircraft is moving even when at a stop (IAS v. ground speed thing). this causes the brakes to heat because the subroutine thinks you are 'riding the brake pedal.' this is because the brakes cool when the not engaged.i'm on a FT 737 kick right now and haven't flown the A32x/A3xx in a bit. the brake heat thing annoyed me so i don't look at the wheel page -- not like FS simulates your wheels melting ;-)anyhow, PSS never fixed the issue ...--

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I have noticed at least on my installation that this happens sometimes. I look at the ground speed on the nav display and it usually matches the wind. I also noticed that the ground power is not available when there is a ground speed showing on the ND. The thing is I don't always have this problem. I don't know what happens to fix it but the last time I flew it I had the problem before takeoff but not after landing eventhough there was still wind. I kept checking it the next time I loaded the Airbus but that time nothing I did fixed it. I can't figure out what the variable is but I am looking.

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