Low air issues

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Iceman605
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Low air issues

#1 Post by Iceman605 » 13 Jan 2021 00:19

Why does my truck keep losing air every time I play the game? It seems to happen when I’m doing a job..... is there a mod that will fix it? It’s been doing this since the game updated to 1.39

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Madkine
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Re: Low air issues

#2 Post by Madkine » 13 Jan 2021 07:01

You can turn air-simulation off in game options.

Your truck loses air in the following situations:

1. Excessive braking (easy to do with keyboard)
2. If your truck is damaged. (I've run out of air in the past while sleeping due to this.)

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Re: Low air issues

#3 Post by Iceman605 » 13 Jan 2021 13:15

Ok.... thanks for the tip

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Re: Low air issues

#4 Post by Reinhard » 13 Jan 2021 13:19

Do you use wheel and pedals? Air-simulation is designed for pedals only, not keyboard or mouse key breaking.

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Re: Low air issues

#5 Post by Max » 14 Jan 2021 06:43

this is not completely true. you can use keyboard or mouse quite well if you do it reasonably.
what does not work that well is "simple automatic" transmission mode, it uses brakes often to make handling the truck easier.
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Re: Low air issues

#6 Post by Reinhard » 14 Jan 2021 09:26

Yes, i once tried it, and I succeeded. But I had to drive in a way like my cargo was nitroglycerine. If you drive in a normal, careful manner, it fails on you. Even if you just pull back and forth while parking a trailer. Granted, that was years ago, could have changed.

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