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  1. I'm in Laguna Niguel, but I'll be in SanDiego this weekend... do you have the PIWIS or PST2?? The codes on the Durametric say 1 Airbag Warning Light 3 Supply Voltage 195 Control Module Faulty check this link out http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16519
  2. they said it could be mice...?? but that they had to check it out. How do I check if it is 14 volts to the battery? If it is 14 volts then does that mean both charging circuit AND battery are good?
  3. What should I check out first?? Battery has been replaced by me over a year ago when I originally bought it from an auction. The airbag warning light has always been on.. I've never seen it go off. Faulty fuse maybe? I tried checking the fuse box next to the clutch pedal.. I really couldn't find anything that dealt with the airbag.. anywhere else to check for fuses? Voltage supply? Should I check for that still even with this new battery.. if so.. how do I check for the voltage supply? Thanks!
  4. Anyone!!?? Airbag light is on and my durametric won't clear it. I'm pretty sure one of your PST2 or PIWIS tools can clear the airbag light. Anyone in socal area have one of these tools that can help me out. I can stop by whenever... the sooner the better.. even today!
  5. I dont know they didnt tell me. The codes that I read from my durametric are on my first post up top.. if that helps
  6. I went over to Hergesheimer and they used their big computer (PIWIS..?) to read the codes, airbag light was there... since it wasnt the seatbelt error for the airbag they couldnt reset it for liability issues... although they could have with their tool. With that said, someone is coming and checking my car out on Sunday to buy it and my durametric doesnt clear this airbag code! Anyone know what I can do??? Anyone have one of those PIWIS or PST2 computers in southern california.. Burnout the bulb?? If they looked at it with a PIWIS or PST2 then they saw the fault code. What is the fault code(s)? They said its some sensor or wiring that is probably in the trunk, but they have to do some searching to find out what's causing it. They basically couldve cleared the code but didnt want to for "liability" reasons.. they quoted me 300 bux to check it out and see what the problem is .... What should I do.........
  7. I went over to Hergesheimer and they used their big computer (PIWIS..?) to read the codes, airbag light was there... since it wasnt the seatbelt error for the airbag they couldnt reset it for liability issues... although they could have with their tool. With that said, someone is coming and checking my car out on Sunday to buy it and my durametric doesnt clear this airbag code! Anyone know what I can do??? Anyone have one of those PIWIS or PST2 computers in southern california.. Burnout the bulb??
  8. I'm in orange county, CA How do I fix the control module?? or make sure that, it is actually the problem...
  9. I tried resetting the airbag with the durametric tool that I just bought for my 2002 boxster S 6speed However, it wouldn't reset the codes. The codes that it gave me were 1 Airbag Warning Light 3 Supply Voltage 195 Control Module Faulty What do all these mean? I thought I just had the seatbelt error so I bought the contact cleaner and was ready to use it :(
  10. Yep, thats mainly it: I don't like driving the poor man's Porsche, although it is a fantastic car and I would recommend it any day but plain and simple I would rather have the higher end model. Shallow but true. No flames please =)
  11. more power better looks not the "poor man's" Porsche finally would be able to own a top model of a car (had 3 bimmers none of which were an ///M) I would be actually able to see whats going on when I look in the rear view mirror instead of looking through a small blurry plastic window having fun with all the modifications I would do, the list could keep going but those are the basics for doing the switch.
  12. I currently have a 02 boxster S with 61k miles on the clock I'm planning on selling the car and going for a 99 996 with around 85k on the clock I think I could pretty much break even. Should I do it!!?? What do you guys think?
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