I have the Logitech Driving Force GT. When I use my brake pedal, let go off it and then get on the throttle, my brakes are slightly on. Has anyone had anything like this, if so, how did you fix it?
Couple of things you can try. First thing you can do is open up the pedal base and clean out any dust and debris that may have accumulated. Second thing you can try is to check the wire connections to the potentiometer and fix any loose ones. Here's an explanation on how to do that http://merc460racing.com/GT/repairing_logitech_dri
I had this exact issue on my old DFGT and had to pull my pedals apart and fix them. While not a walk in the park, this is an issue that anyone can complete, if they use care! Be extra careful to route the wires back, so you avoid pinching them. Pinched wires will cause a host of issues.
Let us know if this resolves your issues.
Are there any springs inside that will be hard to put back AND have you actually done this and has it worked? I don't want to go poking around and break anything.
Thanks for the help. Appreciate it.
There are springs, but they aren't difficult to handle. There's just a notch that they sit in. I had similar pedals 4 years ago so my memory isn't 100%, but as long as you pay attention to how the springs are situated when you open up the pedals, you'll be fine.
If you just clean out the inside with compressed air or something, you might not even have to move the pedals and mess with the springs or potentiometer. When my pedals had a problem, I could just clean them out and they worked as good as new afterwards.
I never did the wire connector fix, but many on this and other GT forums have with success. As BANG said, if you decide to open them up, just be careful and you'll be fine.