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On the left hand side is a switch that says Nose Wheel Steering.It can be switchedon the left hand side you have the tiller going over with a mouse the cursor shows something can be done but nothing happensAnyone any idea for both?Thx Ian


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The nows wheel steering has to do something with the hydraulics.Please don't blame me but I think in the 'Normal' possition the noseweehl is steered by the A hyd sys and in the other possition it is controled by the B hyd sys.I noticed the same with the tiller, but don't ask me how to operate it.


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The nows wheel steering has to do something with the hydraulics.Please don't blame me but I think in the 'Normal' possition the noseweehl is steered by the A hyd sys and in the other possition it is controled by the B hyd sys.I noticed the same with the tiller, but don't ask me how to operate it.
Thx for the fast responseLet's see now if someone can tell us how to use them and if they can be used.Thx Ian

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PC-Specs: M/B GA-58A-UD7 | Intel i7-920 | 6GB Corsair Dominator | ATI 5870 1GB | ATI 5870 Eyefinity 2GB | Cooler Master M850 | Antec P192 | Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 |

WD Raptor x 2 76.6GB | WD Raptor 150GB | WD VelociRaptor 300GB | WD 500GB | WD 1 TB | Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit | Samsung SyncMaster 2693HM | AOC 22" HDMI

 

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The nows wheel steering has to do something with the hydraulics.Please don't blame me but I think in the 'Normal' possition the noseweehl is steered by the A hyd sys and in the other possition it is controled by the B hyd sys.I noticed the same with the tiller, but don't ask me how to operate it.
You are correct. Normal nosewheel steering is powered by the A system and alternate steering is powered by the B system. As for the tiller appearing to be operable via the mouse, maybe PMDG thought about enabling tiller steering from the VC but decided not to implement it.Kevin Hall

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