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    Hello to all

    I have a weird behaviour with the AP and the FD when using the B58 Carenado for FSX.
    Whenever I try to put the AP on (be it via the Yoke button or directly via the AP panel), the yoke goes completely to the left, and the trim goes to the full up position.
    And sometimes the FD bars goes on and off repeatedly, and I’m forced to reload the sim.

    This behaviour is related with the CLS Sim software, as I don’t have it when the software is not launched.

    Any hint?



    And after having tested it, FYI I found the same behaviour with the stock B58 in FSX (SP2).


    Diego Bürgin

    What CLS2Sim version are you using?


    I’m using CLS2Sim version 3.23.1 up to now.
    Using FSX sp2 with the stock Baron 58.
    Tried with an empty default profile as well as a custom one.

    Will download the newest version 3.24.1 and see how it goes.



    Tested it with the v 3.24.1, same behaviour: as soon as I press the AP button, the yoke goes full right and the sim pitch trim goes to full down position.
    Hardware trim enabled, when I uncheck the “Use Hardware trim” that seems to solve the problem
    GER 1104 CLS-E Yoke with v317 firmware on both axes


    We can not reproduce this behavior even with “Hardware trim” enabled
    Can you send/upload here your profile located under CLS2Sim/Settings (make a zip file of the settings folder)


    Stefan Brunner


    Hmmm, I think I found the culprit…

    It’s the trim wheel in the Saitek Autopilot Panel that was full down before launching the CLS-E software. Since I use a modified version of the Saitek hardware, hadn’t noticed that the trim was fully deflected. Using the Spad driver I deactivated completely the Trim Wheel Function.
    I’ll let you know if this solves the problem completely, if not, I will forward you my profile.
    Thanks for the help


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