Hmm. How would I do that? I guess I need to unscrew it open? This will probably void the warranty.
Also, I just thought about it, can I increase the dead zone on the throttle pedal and sort the problem this way?
Edit: also, by pedal calibration, you mean in the game? If so, yes, they’ve been calibrated for each game individually. Is there a utility (the Logitech Gaming Software doesn’t seem to offer any calibration options) to do check the calibration of the whole set?
Edit 2: I checked under Windows 10’s Devices and the controller properties, and indeed the problem seem to be the throttle pedal. The minute I push it a bit, it does not go back to zero, but it madly goes up and down between 0 and 15%. I guess you are right that I might have to clean it. Unless it might be something else? I think I am still within warranty period.