How to Adjust the Steering Wheel in PS2

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How to Adjust the Steering Wheel in PS2
Your PS2 steering wheel options can be configured when you play a PS2 racing game. (Cockpit image by frank trautvetter from Fotolia.com)

PlayStation 2 (PS2) consoles, manufactured by Sony Corp., can use external steering wheels to control racing games. Steering wheel options can be configured from within a racing game's "Options" menu. You can configure your PS2 steering wheel's force feedback ("rumble"), power steering assist and gas/brake pedal options from within a PS2 racing game.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Connect the PS2 steering wheel to the PS2 console. Turn the console on and open the disc tray. Insert a PS2 racing game and close the tray.

  2. 2

    Wait for the console to load the racing game, then select the "Options" menu. Select "Steering Settings" and adjust the force feedback, power steering and gas/brake pedals according to your needs, then select "Save Changes."

  3. 3

    Exit the "Options" menu and start a new race. Test your steering wheel to make sure that the new settings are working correctly. Adjust the settings within the "Options" menu as needed.

Tips and warnings

  • The force feedback ("rumble") settings on your PS2 steering wheel may or may not be available if your PS2 steering wheel and/or racing game does not support force feedback.
  • You can return the PS2 steering wheel to factory default settings by selecting "Restore Defaults" in the "Options" menu.

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