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  1. Changed out the airbag module and the was able to clear all the codes on the new module with the exception of code 72 (child seat detection). The dealer said they should be able to address that code with their computer.
  2. Just ordered the matching part # module off ebay from an 04 996tt donor car. I'll keep you guys posted. Thanks!
  3. Checked the fuse last night and it was good. Ran the Durametric again and could not erase the code. Looks like it's a faulty control unit. Can I get a used one? Is it simple plug and play or will it need to get reprogrammed?
  4. I have not. I will check it tonight when I try to reset the faults. Let you know what happens. Thanks guys!
  5. I have not. I will check it tonight when I try to reset the faults. Let you know what happens. Thanks guys!
  6. It's a real Durametric. From what I've been reading, seems like airbag codes over 100 are hard codes and can't be erased. I will give it another try tonight. I attached a photo of the readout. Thanks!
  7. @PWS I was hoping to reset the light when I hooked up the Durametric. Unfortunately, they will not erase.
  8. Hi Guys, I picked up an 02 996tt a few months back. The airbag light was on when I got it. I finally had a chance to hook up the Durametric scanner. Below are the current fault codes and they cannot be erased: 1 - Airbag warning light 194 - Control module internal fault - All fault codes over 100 indicate a critical fault and usually require a new control module 3 - Supply voltage Will a new or repaired control module fix the issues? Appreciate any input. Thanks!
  9. Hi, Need the radio code for the following: Becker CDR 220 type BE 4462 24/99 serial # 15006261 Thanks for your help 🙂
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