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  • Birthday 12/16/1969

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    2003 996 TT
    2006 S55

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  1. Thanks! I will check those items. I thought it might be a wastgate issue.
  2. My Durametric scanner is giving me a P0234 Fault Code, Boost Preesure Deviation. It feels like only one turbo is working. Anyone have any advice on where to start? The car had been running great, it sat for about a month then I started getting this fault code.
  3. I have a durametric, and it has been useful, as I identified a few Check Engine Lights that came on, and it allowed me to reset them. I had an MAF go bad, and it is being replaced. However, if you don't plan to do the work your self, I'm not sure if you will get the benefit from it. My local dealership has one porsche mechanic and I'm not sure he is an enthusiast, rather a 7 to 4 wrench puller. I most likely will be doing some of the work myself. I've ordered the scanner, it should be here Friday. I appreciate your response.
  4. Thanks, I finally got someone from GAIC to respond via email. We are communicating but he has been very reluctant to give me a phone number. There isn't a dealer in my area, Mississippi, but I have located a few in TX and GA. I'll give them a call and see whats what. Thanks again for the reply.
  5. I'm new to this and tried to post this earlier, not sure if it worked. I may have posted in the wrong topic, sorry. I have a 2003 996TT iptronic and it came with a GAIC flashloader. Does anyone have any experience with this device? Also, I want to contact them directly but have been unable to locate a phone number. I've sent a couple of emails but haven't gotten a reply. On another note, what are your thoughts on the Durametric scanner? Thanks for the help BT
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