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Andy Callahan

How to set Individual Settings in PCM 2.1

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Hello.  I'm a new member to the forum having just recently bought my first Porsche, a 2006 Cayman S with sport chrono.  Fortunately the car came with all manuals except for the PCM 2.1 manual.  I've scoured the internet and can't find any working links to the PCM 2.1 manual, or any insight into my question...which is...can someone tell me how to get to the individual settings menu?  My car currently locks when the car is in motion, and the thermostat is always set to 72 degrees.  I know these are settings that can be changed in the Individual Settings menu, I just can't find it.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.

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Thanks Loren.  I did order on online, but they sent me the wrong one.  So now I have to send it back and get the right one.  I'm just impatient and hoping someone could just tell me how I could get to the settings menu.

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I think you need to have the extended features option on PCM2.1 to be able to adjust the individual memory settings yourself.  Oddly, it came with the Sport Chrono package.  If you have it, the option is in Main>Set.  Otherwise, you have to change the individual options for each key with a PIWIS tester.

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Richard...Your directions worked.   Thank you!!!   I was so annoyed with the auto door lock and my thermostat defaulting to 72.

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Posted (edited)

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I just remembered this, which I posted a while ago.  There is a pdf of the Individual Memory setting section of the manual.
 

 

Edited by Richard Hamilton

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Thank you Richard.  This is funny.  I had already found this, and printed it out.  My difficulty was getting to the menu.  It was driving me nuts because I was holding your instructions in my hand sitting in my car trying everything I could think of, but couldn't figure out how to get to the menu that contained these options.  Thanks so much again.  I really appreciate the help.

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