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1.2.1 upgrade problems with wheels and radiators


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Sorry if this is stale and covered long ago.  I took a break from KSP last September just as 1.2 came out.  It took a while to upgrade mods etc but I am fionally back and trying to sort out compatibility problems.

I had to upgrade my mining rig from 10 small radiators to 22 to get it to operate sustainably (although an advantage is that I can now operate all 3 excavators simultaneously without overheating).

Now I notice that my fuel truck will no longer steer reliably.  All of the docking ports are vertically oriented and motor and steering directions were all, once set, consistent.  Now, I find that steering direction seems to depend on the terrain and going over a rise can cause everything to discombobulate.  Rather than debug or analyze this change, can someone point me to a HowTo for rovers oriented toward how to control and steer them in a set-and-forget manner?

(It's also worth mentioning that fuel pipes I had previously connected from tank to *engine* no longer function reliably.  I'd love to get more information on any changes that may have impacted that.)

 

UPDATE:

Apologies: I mounted an Okto on a forward-facing surface, and it's all fine regardless of terrain, including it now gives me an accurate compass heading.  Sorry for shooting too quick.

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