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    2002 Carerra 996 Cabriolet
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    1983 911
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  1. To Richard Hamilton above, Durametric 20 was printed at the bottom of the page so I thought it might be a software version. When I divide odometer mileage (65,000) by engine hours (2600 I get an average of 25 miles per hour over the car's 14 year life. Knowing this is a replacement cluster I'm trying to get a better estimate of average miles/hour so I can do the math and see what the more likely total mileage is. In the post from binger, above, using 30-50 MPH my actual mileage would be between 78K (close to my odometer) and 130K (exactly two times my odometer AHHH!!). Huge difference, try
  2. Thanks for the input but I have a 2002 996 not a 2004 as I said when starting this thread, sorry....stupid typo!! The Durametric 20 Software one page printout I have is titled Bosch Digital Motor Electronics Motronic 7.8 and lists ignitions range 1 & 2, operating hours counter, VIN, data version, type ID DME control unit, order type, country code, trans type and number, and interior equipment, but not miles/kilometer total. Does the PIWIS tester show miles or is there another way to get miles/kilometers out of the DME or am I limited to some kind of average miles per hour assumptio
  3. I have a 2004 Carrera 2 Cabrio with the operating hours counter reading 2596. Anyone venture what a 14 year average miles/hour would be to determine estimated mileage? My mechanic says 40MPH low and 60MPH high but that's a big swing. Car came from the lower Midwest and seems pretty typical for its age, actually shows well. Had the car 3 months and preventatively replaced RMS, IMS, clutch, struts and full service and after all this.....learned the cluster is not original. Trying to estimate actual mileage. Many thanks (Also, anyone heard of a "manipulation dot" in
  4. Hi, owned the car three weeks. Came back from the shop and needs the radio code which I didn't get with the car. Becker 1 CR 220 type 4362 SER (no alpha prefix) 15005073. 2002 Carerra 2 Cab. Many thanks.
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