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Everything posted by BAZ

  1. I have the usual problem of after replacing the standard steering wheel on my 968 with a MOMO Competion wheel and removing the air bag (3ohm resistor substituted) that from time to time I have to have the air bag warning light reset with a Dealer`s Borsch Hammer which can be both time consuming and expensive for a 5minute job. Other than the Durametric software/tool or Borsch Hammer has anyone identified or use an alternative tool to reset this warning light. I believe that an interface possibly with Scantool software was developed but is no longer available and if this is the case any det
  2. Loren, Thank you for the prompt advice. Your assistance appreciated. Regards Baz
  3. Again appreciate any assistance with lost radio code. CDR-220 Model BE 4462 Serial No 15088362 Thank you for your assistance.
  4. Try 4886 or 4884 Loren, Thank you for the codes. Greatly appreciated. Baz
  5. Hi, Can anybody assist with a security code for a Porsche CR-220 radio I have purchased to install in my 968? Details are:- Model BE 4362 X5013494. Thanks for any assistance you can provide. Baz
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