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About ak_siberian

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  • Present cars
    2015 Audi RS5, 2008 VDub Touareg V8, 2019 Macan S (pending)
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    2019 Macan S
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  1. Interesting. I had for years not bothered with TPMS' in winter given the initial drop in pressure with very low (below -35) temps and disabled it via VCDS (or VAG-COM) on my Touaregs and RS5. I've never read or heard anyone mention this in any Audi or VDub forum nor Uwe Ross at Ross Tech. But back to my question, would PoCom or Durametric or other be able to disable it? I'm also trying to decide what monitoring system is best for my recently ordered 2019 Macan S. siberian
  2. Greetings from 65 North, Alaska. Just about to pull the trigger on a 2019 Macan S. Been working on cars all my life. Having 2 Touaregs currently (one is being sold shortly) and an Audi RS5 I was spoiled with the VCDS or VAG-COM from Uwe in terms of diagnostic tool. Not (yet) wanting to cede control of my vehicle to a dealer I was wondering for any comments on PoCOM for a Macan S. Hope to learn a lot from the forum and look forward to your comments siberian
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