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  • Present cars
    996 c2
    964
    911SC
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    991 PDK
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    67S
    69S
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    72S
    72E
    69T
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    190e AMG cosworth
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  1. Reply from Durametic Good Morning, Thank you for writing. All fault codes displayed within the Durametric Software are defined by Porsche. Unfortunately, we do not have any further information regarding the cause of the fault. You may want to contact Porsche for further troubleshooting. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Regards, Kevin Lewis Durametric Software Inc 888-854-5523
  2. Thanks Loren . WIll do .. I did change my Battery with a trickle charger attached.
  3. I hooked up My 2012 991 C2 PDK to the durametic and pulled this Code Can Gateway Code 0401? Does anyone know what this is? Only Problem is my AC stop blowing cold. thx.
  4. Haha ..awesome.. I logged in to do a bit of research on the 991.. I Rented one in L.A last year and absolutely feel in love with it.(so did my phone) The only down side i see that it is still a pretty new car.. but perhaps the winter will bring 2012 /13 @ 50-60K range .. hoping and hunting I would only want a PDK with ALL the buttons as well.... 991 C'\ is a complaint free everyday driver i feel ...
  5. I really would like the rear of the 996 to look updated as possible What is the BEST LED Rear lights upgrade would be now a days>???. thx,.,. :D
  6. OK ... I just wanted confirm . thanks Loren.. How do explain this when you get pull over/ticketed for a light out . haha. Anyone have a simple wire up for it. thanks so much
  7. 5 year now everyday driver ...i just passed 141500... great everyday driver!!!!
  8. OK ..so I spent a hour taking apart the rear lights and cleaning and checking everything. It is true that USA 996 Models only have only the Rear driver side fog light?? The right rear fog light has no power to it. I changed the bulb and wiring harness still nothing. Fuse good.. contacts clean and maybe a relay somewhere?? thanks so much!!!
  9. I have some running questions I was hoping you guys can give me some tips and links or pictures to read up on. My car is a 1999 C2 996 USA with tip Lately I have noticed at the lower RPM 1k -4K range . The 996 seems slow or low HP ( also take some time to get thru the lower RPM too) But...at 5K and higher RPM the HP kicks in hard and fast (feels like full power just swithes on) What would cause this. For some reason i have been thinking maybe a variocam issue . I have no CEL lights on and no other driving problems. just slow to start off. I just fully cleaned the MAF sensor and thorttle body along with the Air filter and oil change. I do all my own wrenching. Only been messing with air cooled 911 for 18years + . this is my 1st water pumper and would like to understand them better. thanks so much .
  10. Hi Guys, After thinning the herd of long hood 911s , I have been looking at Gt2 Can anyone explain why these top shelf Supercar 911 are so cheap right now I am seeing them in the 50 70K range right now, WHY?? Where is the bottom for the GT2?? They seem like a great deal to get these now, this will be a everyday driver too thanks
  11. Looking thru the 996 records i have in 2007 the car was towed in for ingition switch not operating, updated version ignition swich installed 996 347 017 07 Eletrical portion concern corrected with repair, could it be this agian folks or just loose wiring maybe thanks
  12. thank you..... thats was what i was searching for, looks like in 2003 15w50 was the thick stuff, that one is no longer approved in 2008 5w50 is the thickest one on that list, is that the most updated list, 3 yrs ago thanks again !1!
  13. I know ,..,,I am searching the site, for the approved list of oil for 1999 996 C2, I am pulling up thread from 2003 MB1 15w-50 OK I put mobil one 0w-40 last fall and it was fine for the winter Now i am hearing tick tick at idle once warmed up , i would like a thicker oil for the summer has my 996 has 130K miles thanks
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