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  1. Our C32 AMG has that feature and I hate it. Most times I only want to blink once so two extra blinks tends to bring unwanted attention.
  2. I'd love a Trailex enclosed but they are $13,000 plus options. Seems awfully steep for what you get.
  3. Karl, As far as I know all the gas I have used was ok. I didn't have a problem in Europe but as soon as I got the car home the O2 sensor triggered a CE light. Reset it and after a few hundred miles it tripped again. Local dealer said it's not a problem so I'll bring it in. I agree that it shouldn't happen this quickly, probably just a defective sensor. -Gary
  4. Actually I just found it. O2 sensor bank2 sensor 2 is shot. This tool really is very nice, can't wait to try out the dyno portion of it. -Gary
  5. Anyone have access to the trouble codes? My GT3 CE light is on and I am getting codes: P0056 P0161 After reset the light will come on again in a few hundred miles. BTW, I bought the Dyno-Scan software for the Palm OS and I like it so far. Once I get using it more I'll post a full report. Thanks folks, Gary '04 GT3
  6. Thanks Loren, I use the VAG-COM software for the Audi and VW apps and this looks like it will do about the same thing for Porsche. Do you have any input or experience with the readers that work on Palm Pilots? That looks like a great portable solution. -Gary
  7. I don't know about you guys but I just don't like going to dealers for service even under warranty. especially since I have my own shop. Couple questions arise... Does anyone make an inexpensive code reader for the OBDII Porsche's? Peake makes a nice one for pre-OBDII BMWs and it's a godsend as it will reset the oil and inspection lights as well as the Check Engine light as well as informing you of all the engine related fault codes. For $149 it's a tool that is a must have for every independent shop and dealers as well. It would be great if someone made a tool like this for Porsche's as
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