Through the tool LTWheelConf it is possible get to fully working on Linux (separate axes, full wheel range, clutch pedal, H-shifter) the following Logitech steering wheels:

  • Driving Force
  • Momo Racing
  • Momo Force
  • Driving Force Pro
  • Driving Force GT
  • G25
  • G27

Available options:

  • set wheel to "native" mode (support separate axes and clutch pedal, H shifter, full 900 degree rotation)
  • Set wheel rotation range
  • Set autocenter force and rampspeed
  • Set ForceFeedback gain

Compile guideEdit

You can easily compile LTWheelConf using the following commands:

Get some dependencies (for Ubuntu 13.04 x86)

sudo apt-get install libusb-1.0-0-dev git

Download the source

git clone

Build the source

cd LTWheelConf


Install cp ltwheelconf /usr/local/bin/ You should now have an executable named ltwheelconf.

List all found/supported devices

sudo ltwheelconf --list

Supported wheel shortname values:

  • 'DF' (Driving Force)
  • 'MR' (Momo Racing)
  • 'MF' (Momo Force)
  • 'DFP' (Driving Force Pro)
  • 'DFGT' (Driving Force GT)
  • 'G25' (G25)
  • 'G27' (G27)

Set wheel to native mode

sudo ltwheelconf --wheel <your-wheel-shortname> --nativemode

Set wheel rotation range of 900 degrees

sudo ltwheelconf --wheel <your-wheel-shortname> --range 900


Put wheel into native mode:

$ sudo ltwheelconf --wheel G25 --nativemode

Set wheel rotation range to 540 degree:

$ sudo ltwheelconf --wheel G27 --range 540

Set moderate autocenter:

$ sudo ltwheelconf --wheel DFP --autocenter 100 --rampspeed 1

Disable autocenter completely:

$ sudo ltwheelconf --wheel G25 --autocenter 0 --rampspeed 0

Set native mode, disable autocenter and set wheel rotation range of 900 degrees in one call:

$ sudo ltwheelconf --wheel DFGT --nativemode --range 900 --autocenter 0 --rampspeed 0

Now you can configure the steering wheel directly from Euro Truck Simulator 2. To test and calibrate the steering wheel outside ETS2 you can use jstest-gtk

Add UDEV ruleEdit

It is possible to add a rule to UDEV to automatically invoke LTWheelConf when the steering wheel is connected.

This can be done using the following command (use the correct shortname instead of <your-wheel-shortname>!):

echo 'ATTRS{idVendor}=="046d", ATTRS{idProduct}=="c294", RUN+="/usr/local/bin/ltwheelconf --wheel <your-wheel-shortname> --nativemode --range 900"' | sudo tee -a /etc/udev/rules.d/90-logitech-wheel.rules

Now you need to restart UDEV:

sudo service udev restart

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