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  2. Hi: need a radio code my type is 4362 my serial number is 25007344 appreciate the assist rick
  3. Hi could I please get a radio code for a 2002 Porsche 911 Conv CDR 220 BE6625 25015607
  4. I have a 2005 Cayenne Turbo that blows cold air only out of the Drivers center vent. Ran Durametric software and shows a few codes for A/C and having tough time locating which motors these are and part numbers to buy new. 2101 - Servo Motor for side blower 657 - Servo Motor for center vents 710 - Servo Motor for defrost flap 1592 - Air Quality sensor ( This code goes away at times) Any help is greatly appreciated. I read on removal but seems part numbers are much harder.
  5. Hi - Seller of the car gave me the code (or so I thought), but it isnt working! I have a CDR22 Model BE4467 SN is 15045654 Any Help??
  6. Ok so I am one more of so many that would like to get the security code for my Porsche radio. It is a CDR-220 type 4462. SN is: X5037488. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Not sure how this works. My email if it helps is: DGray@GraysComm.com
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  9. Thanks I appreciate your response. Dropping the car of at the detailer tomorrow. He did say that it doesn’t last forever and eventually if I keep the car I’ll have to replace them. My plans are to keep this car long term, but then again plans can change 😂
  10. I have to stop picking up these awesome deals one these radios: One more request please: CDR-220, model 4462, serial 15062532. Thanks in advance for this awesome service Loren !!
  11. Most modern headlights have plastic lenses that have UV resistant coating on them. Polishing the lenses removes that coating, causing them to "fog" more quickly in the future. Several companies advertise they have recoating's that replace the factory, but we have yet to see one that actually works. As for damaging the electronics associated with the headlights, that seems to be more of an "old wives' tale" than anything else. It's possible that a buildup of static charge could happen which under some obscure situation could upset something, but again, never seen it happen.
  12. OK - that makes sense and now I understand why Tapatalk doesn't work any longer on my iOS device. No big deal for me since the web-based access is working just fine. Thanks for the explanation. Ingo
  13. 2011 Cayenne Turbo, 85K miles, 3/4 tank fuel Car started normally 4 times/ran flawlessly for about 45 minutes driving during a 2 hour period. After the last 30 minute rest, the car would crank but not start, then intermittently start after a long crank and subsequently stall. An engine reduced power warning would display and continuous check engine light. Eventually engine would not start or not run for longer than a few seconds. I read/reset codes with the following results: P0192 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input reset and did not return P1031 Fuel high pressure sensor stuck at start unable to reset P1024 Fuel high pressure too high after engine off reset and did not return Car still unable to start/maintain idle. After about 1 hour, I returned to the car, reset codes (this time all cleared)--the car started and ran flawlessly! Anybody else have something like this happen? Should I replace the High Pressure Sensor or order and keep one around--are these prone to failure? I'm having a hard time finding a diagram with the HP Sensor for the Turbo engines, is it located under the intake manifold like the non-turbos? If so, is intake manifold removal on the turbo very difficult? Any other things I should be considering?
  14. First thanks for letting join. My question is are there any issues that can come about by polishing the headlights in the car, someone told me that the module can be damaged by polishing while in the car, Im not doing it a pro is and he tells me he has never heard of that, I just want to be informed. Thanks
  15. Any shop that has an old PST2 should be able to help. More available than PIWIS and they may even loan you the PST2.
  16. So I just wanted to provide an update here. I reached out to Durametric and they said none of their versions (pro or enthusiast) has this function and there are no plans to add it either in future updates. I am disappointed. I thought the durametric would be all I need, but now I have to find some other option. If I was going to buy a PIWIS or something else in that price range, why do I need a durametric? Anyhow, does anyone know if there are other scan tools out there (Autel, Foxwell, etc.) that may have this functionality? I emptied my tank completely and was ready to do this calibration by the book only to be dissapointed by durametric.
  17. If the bolts were just new then they haven't had a chance at heat fatigue yet. I would reuse them.
  18. Not sure the enthusiast version can do this; you might want to contact Durametric directly and ask.
  19. Thanks, Loren. I assume that, if I remove the caliper for getting access to the shims, I will not need to replace the caliper bolts. They are supposed to be replaced every time the calipers are removed, but, I think, that should apply only if you have driven the car at least a few thousand miles. The bolts are not expensive, I just don't have a spare set with me.
  20. hello! i need help getting code for my 1998 porsche boxter serial number is V5007321 thanks again My email address is Asevost87@gmail.com
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