02-29-2012 03:31 PM
Okay so how do I start this? Well, I am upset at Logitech. Sadly with my brand new Driving Force GT. I have the famous sticky brake. So after about an hour of use. I start to notice that randomly in races, my car in Gran Turismo 5 would not reach up to speed as it should. Then I noticed that about 10% of Brake Pressure was being applied even though my foot was no where near the brake. Almost every time I hit the brake and let go, 10% of Brake pressure is still is being applied in the game during a race. The only way to fix this, is to put my foot around and under the brake and pull up. I tried everything to fix this. Restarted everything. Unpluged and repluged. Tried on my PC. Still the same problem.
So getting to the point of almost ripping the hair out of my scalp. I did some research to come to find out, their are TONS of people with the same exact problem as me. Since 2010, it's 2012 and still Logitech is selling their products this way. I called Logitech, spoke to some guy in India that had no idea what the hell he was talking about. He knew nothing about this product. So in the end he told me to ship it through UPS to Logitech Returns Center in Arizona. So I just shipped it out 2 days ago. I am wondering if Logitech will be kind enough to spend a new one back within 10 days of receiving it. I dont want to be like the people I see on other forums saying that had to wait 2 months for things such as a mouse or a key board to come back.
To proove I am not the only person in this world with this problem. Here are some links of the dozens out their with my problem.
P.S. My steering wheel would Rattle once it was idle, like in the game menu etc...