A lot of players are looking for a Forza Horizon 5 Logitech G923 wheel not working bug fix. The game is experiencing issues with many different wheel types, but this particular one from Logitech seems to be hit the hardest (along with pretty much every Thrustmaster). Fortunately, there’s a simple workaround that you can use until the developers roll out a fix, and it works for all peripherals. So, let’s dive right in.
How to Fix Forza Horizon 5 Logitech G923 Wheel not Working Bug
To fix the Logitech G923 wheel not working Forza Horizon 5, the easiest thing you can do is hold “Enter” on your keyboard while in the game and then unplug your keyboard from the computer. Basically, while you’re in the game and playing with the keyboard, all is fine, but as soon as you try to use the wheel, it freezes up and you get the “controller disconnected” error message. After that, you have to press enter, like, twice to get back into the game. After you make the error message go away, press “Enter” again, hold it, and yank the keyboard out of the computer. You can now play the game normally with your wheel. Keep in mind that you’ll have to go through this cycle every time you play the game but hey, at least it works.
Now, one thing that we have to mention is that the developers are aware of the Forza Horizon 5 Logitech G923 wheel not working bug and are presumably working on a fix as we speak. So, look forward to that. With that out of the way, there’s another fix proposed by Reddit user AlexCVJ. First, you enable the Xbox game bar in the Windows Settings, then, once in the game, you hit WIN+G. As long as the bar overlay is active, the wheel should work, but without FFB. So, while this is a valid solution, the fix from the first paragraph is a simpler workaround and works just as well.