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    PORSCHE BOXSTER 2.7L 987 2005
  1. Thanks for the tip...never considered 'road dust' could be the culprit. I guess I need to get underneath the car and get an idea where things are located :P Tman Hi I also have the same problem on my 2005 987 rubber smell , also when i start the engine and until it reaches 80ºc a light metal vibration noise is noticed i don't now about the relation but any help is appreciated thanks in advance
  2. Thanks to all of you !!! for the reply's ill go for DURAMETRIC for all Cars (PORSCHE).
  3. Lot's of guys much smarter on this than me, Loren for one, but there is a big difference. Durametric, while an absolutely awesome tool (I have one and recommend it to most DIYers), only reads codes and can give actual values, and let you clear check engine lights and some other things. It is a very good diagnostic tool. It will not let you program the DME, however. The entusiast version cost less that 300 USD. PIWIS is the latest version of the porsche tester, which I understand is only available by lease to Porsche shops and independents and runs 5 figures, plus yearly updates. A PIWI
  4. I would like to know which are the differences between PIWIS and Durametric fault and ecu reader and witch is the best . Thanks JPPILOT from Portugal
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