Installing the Hall Sensor Kit for Thrustmaster T3PA Pro Pedals.
Remove the 4 screws from the footrest and remove that plate.

Remove the screws from the black plate to be able to remove it.

Now you can see the inside of the pedals to be able to manipulate them.
Remove the plastic cap that protects the potentiometer.
Remove the red putty around the potentiometer with a flat screwdriver.
The area around the potentiometer must be clean.

Cut the three wires from the potentiometer.
Pull the wire out of the hole and strip the three wires.
Put the part of the magnets touching the nut of the potentiometer and touching the ground of the pedal.
Join the red cable of the pedal with the red cable of the sensor, the black cable of the pedal with the black cable of the sensor and the different color cable of the pedal with the different color cable of the sensor.
Remove the toothed part of the potentiometer with a flat screwdriver.

Insert the toothed sensor on the potentiometer shaft, leaving 2 teeth visible from the top, leaving the sensor horizontal. Insert it until leaving about 2 mm of separation with the magnets. This separation is important, it depends on whether or not the maximum and minimum range of the pedal is reached, once the sensors are in place you can connect the pedal board to the base and with DIView check the range of the travel, if it does not reach the maximum and minimum you can move the sensor a little closer to the magnets. You can find the DIView software download at the end of this guide.

Remove the protective paper from the double-sided tape of the power strip and stick it to the pedal as shown in the image. Make sure that the cables do not interfere with the movement of the sensor.

Put the caps back on and screw it all back on.
Pedal Calibration with DIView

It may be that the calibration of the pedals is necessary since depending on how the installation is done and small variations in the manufacture, it may turn out that the sensor is a little out of adjustment.

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