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  1. Hello, Cross posted on rennlist too... In order to get the PSM to work on my LS3/525 996 C4 swap, the Porsche ECU requires MAF and TPS inputs. I think we have a solution for the MAF, however I have not been able to locate a schematic or output values for the 1999 C4 996 Throttle Position Sensor. Thanks in advance! Robin.
  2. Awesome, thanks!! Written on the options sticker under the hood...
  3. Hi Loren, Could you tell me the code? I have a Becker 1 CDR 220 model 4462 Ser: 15001913 I got the serial number by holding the TP button until the unit beeps, and then scrolling through to the serial number. Is this the same as the number listed on the side of the unit? I would have to make some tools to get the radio out. Thanks! Robin.
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