SafetyDude
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FS 2002 Autopilot Help!

Fri Dec 28, 2001 1:00 am

Lats night I was flying the 737-400 and climbed out and then put the plane on autopilot. However, autopilot did NOT help at all because is seemed like it wasn't even on. I checked the manual and everything was in place but the plane wouldn't respond. Please HELP!  Confused
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jwenting
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RE: FS 2002 Autopilot Help!

Fri Dec 28, 2001 2:00 am

works perfectly here...
You do need a flightplan loaded of course. If not, the aircraft will follow the heading bug which defaults to due north.
Also remember to set the NAV/GPS switch to GPS when using a flightplan, or you have to manually set the VORs and radials to fly to.
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