So the brake pedal broke. It is probably the loadcell. The gas and clutch are fine. I never really liked the loadcell brake (not a fanatec problem, loadcells just are not my thing) so I got this idea to swap the brake and clutch around so I can get back to driving on ps3. The pedals are v1 csp pedals and I've had them over 3 years now. What I'm planning to do is to figure out which wires inside the ps/2 cord that connects the pedals to the wheel are the brake and the clutch and then switch them around. This would make the clutch pedal work as brake. The assumption here is that all pedals connected directly to the base of the fanatec wheels need to have the same electrical output. That should mean that they all are wired the same and the cord should have these wires: one of the ps/2 connectors is for brake, one is for throttle, one is for clutch, one is ground and one is 5V. And one does nothing (or if I'm correct that is the handbrake). So switching the brake and clutch around should work just fine. Here is a pic: (not my pic, I just edited a pic I found for this purpose) Notice I'm not touching where the loadcells or hall sensors are connected on the pcb (A, B, C). I'm not doing anything to the pedals, the loadcell or the pcb. I'm just modding the ps/2 cord that is plugged into the pedals. And here is the wiring diagram for a g25-fanatec pedals rewiring: So basically I need to open the cord and figure out which wires are the brake and the clutch (2 and 5) and switch them around. Is my assumption correct?