I have my inputs setup already.
A and D is for normal searing left and right.
W and S is for forward and back.
Q and E is for strife left and right.
I’m using the Vehicle class BP.
I can go forward and back, but I can’t turn because all the wheels are all turning the wrong direction: The 2 wheels on the right turn right and the 2 wheels on the left turn left when I press D. Note: D has an axis value of 1.
What value should I be looking at correct and modify this?
Make sure you set the steering angle to 0 on your rear wheel blueprint, otherwise all 4 wheels will turn when you give steering input, unless you want that.
I am not quite sure what you are looking for, if you want the wheels to be able to turn so the vehicle moves sideways, you could try increasing the steering angle to 90 for both the the front and the rear wheels, so they go sideways when you steer fully to the left or right and push the throttle. Is that what you mean?
EDIT: If that is the case, multiply your regular steering axis values (A & D) by 0.75 before connecting to Set Steering Input, this will prevent the wheels from turning 90 degrees while steering. Then for your Q and E just use the full axis value to set the steering input.
That make sense? I can upload an image of what I mean.
Make sure your D value is 1, and your A value is -1 in the inputs, if that is how you have it set, reverse them so A = 1 D = -1 to make them turn the opposite direction. (in the project settings Inputs section)
Hey! I figured it out. Set the front wheels’ angle to 90 and rear wheels to 270, then set Ackermann Accuracy to 0 in vehicle BP defaults options. And make sure it is a 4 wheel drive, Front Rear Split to 0.5. Rear wheels will look weird when you steer but it moves left and right like that forklift in the video. You can use this as a workaround for now at least.
I figured out why my where acting so weird by tacking the Vehicle Game example from the market place and breaking it.
It turns out that the wheel array in the Vehicle BP assumes that your going to assign the wheels starting from front left to back right.
IE: Element 0 needs to be the Front Left Wheel, Element 1 needs to be the Front Right Wheel, Element 2 needs to be the Back Left Wheel, Element 3 needs to be the Back Left Wheel. (At least I think that that is the required order.)
This rather important bit of information is not found anywhere in the documentation or tutorials.