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Arnold Husser

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  1. I need some help and am willing to pay for it. Previously I sent my ECU Imoblizer to a California electronics company which was listed on Ebay with a spare for a replacement. They repaired it but it did not have the separate cable fitting so I sent it back and they sent me a different unit with cable. The car still did not start. So I sent the replacement ECU Imoblizer along with the engine DME with keys to get them to match them up, i.e. talk to each other. They came back and I installed them. The car still will not start. The Durametric Code says wrong key or transponder pill. The key fits the door lock, unlock and locks it, sounds the horn, etc. They key rotates in the ignition just fine but does not start the car. I have replaced the ignition switch lock system but kept the original cylinder with the key. I have replaced the number 53 relay fuses right down to a new starter. I checked all the fuses and they are okay. I do not know what else the hect to do. The local Porsche dealership can’t give me a straight answer about how much their analyzer costs will be although Durametric says that their codes will be the same as mine. Can anyone assist me??? Arnold Husser kojac@triad.rr.com
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