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    2005 911/997 cab
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  1. thank you It is what I figured I just wanted to make sure, and it has happened where I have cleared the code only to have it come back.
  2. Hi everyone I purchased the Durametric Software back in sept. or somwhere there abouts. I have read and cleared service faults and many others .It realy works very well. but I have a question, When I am able to clear a code does that mean that the problem fault no longer exists or it 's cleared and the problem might still be there .An answer would be greatly appreciated
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