AP doesnt pick up Data from NAV2
I dont know if it just me but on the Piper Arrow 4T the AP wont pick up my VOR Signal from NAV2, it just follows NAV1 regardless what I do.
When i change the Position from the "Coupler radio selector switch" to NAV2 nothing changes it will allways use NAV1.
It will also follow NAV1 when i put the Coupler to the off position.
I checked it with the normal Arrow 3 and there it works without any problem. As soon as i Switch to NAV2 the AP follows the Signal.
Is there something special to do in the Arrow 4T?
Thanks for the help
weptburrito last edited by
Uh oh, thats a bug. Confirmed not working in either Turbo III/IV or Arrow III. I'll submit a ticket.
sdvpilot last edited by
Confirmed AP not tracking NAV2 on all three current version aircraft.
Thanks for confirmation
I guess it´s working on my Arrow 3 because it is a older Version
Apologies, this was a side-effect of adding the feature of assigning a hardware control to the selector switch. It's now fixed and you can download a hotfix here (just paste the relevant package folder over the top of the existing one): https://justflight.sharefile.com/d-s38a1a9d2fc4340e48ea80dc2b123a238
Thank you very much for the fast response and help
I will try it out tonight
sdvpilot last edited by sdvpilot
Thanks for the quick fix. AP is now tracking NAV2 VORs on all three current versions of the Arrow. I assume that this fix will be included in future updates.
majorswitcher last edited by
thanks for the hotfix!!
majorswitcher last edited by majorswitcher
@Martyn I am doing a flight right now with the turboarrow folder from the hotfix file pasted in the package folder (before I launched MSFS) (replacing 2 files, the .WASM in /panel) but switching the coupler switch to NAV2 still does not couple the HSI/ autopilot to my NAV2..
When switched to NAV2, turning the HSI direction knob also rotates the compass card of NAV1 CDI
Could I be doing something wrong?