|Quoting 777DadandJr (Reply 4):|
I thought that was "Tailhook?" At least it is on mine.
|Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 7):|
Shift T is originally the tail wheel lock
|Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 3):|
Shift-T is the default nosewhell lock button
|Quoting AlexPorter (Reply 10):|
Hmm - turns out everyone was wrong. The other day I was practicing a single engine failure on initial climb, and in order to use the rudder properly I turned the autorudder off. The next flight I attempted had the nosewheel problem. So, I take it that if autorudder is off, the arrow keys and joystick must switch to control the rudder. With autorudder on, the arrow keys and joystick control the nosewheel. Ailerons are controlled by both in either situation. I knew it wasn't a joystick problem since the arrow keys weren't doing the job either.