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  1. Thanks Berty, I was lucky enough to have everything settled up/ The reason for upgrade was - exactly right - compatibility issues with Mobridge - now it all works as it was supposed to. All the best from Moscow!
  2. Hello AP 997S - thanks again for your help - everything went just fine today - all softwares updated (3.0 now), sounds great - Amp Actual really reflects what the MOST test of the device returns. Have a good day! Vladimir Where do you guys get the update disks? what are the main advantages of upgrading to 3.0? Google and torrent did that for me...as for the advantage - I have replaced CDC with Mobridge box which allows me to use my iPod. With SW ver 1 - any time I turn on the ignition I would hear a whistling sound from Mobridge, which will not go until I switch to FM and back to CDC. No more problems with that now with SW 3.0 But fom most of us - ability to use the latest Nav disks is the reason. Regards, Vladimir
  3. Hello AP 997S - thanks again for your help - everything went just fine today - all softwares updated (3.0 now), sounds great - Amp Actual really reflects what the MOST test of the device returns. Have a good day! Vladimir
  4. Thanks AP 997S! Actually the thread you mentioned is the one that stopped me from immediate upgrade...anyway - 2 questions remain: - how do I find out the amp PN - the amp is located at the bottom of the trunk if I am wright - but the only things I can see without replacing it is the radiator and cooler... - as for the CDs - I guess I shall start with CD2 first? Thanks again, Vladimir
  5. Thanks gentlemen, reset the error with Durametric - no return of the issue so far... could be the poor gas quality. Regards, Vladimir
  6. Hello Gentlemen, early '05 997 C2. Multimedia CDs arrived - but having browsed through the forums I am still concerned - my Software versions is 1.0, and the BOSE amp info shows the following: Unit: Amplifier Target: 00016400 / 3531 Actual: 00017500 / 3504 Entered: Yes Found: Yes So - what is the actual Amp version installed - 16400 or 17500? And if it is 16400 - I guess upgrading the PCM software will brick it? Thanks for any help, Regards from Moscow, Vladimir
  7. Welcome Phillip! I cannot promise good weather or real big PorscheClub events - we've had too many Porsche clubs since I had my first 924 - but showaround is guaranteed ;-)
  8. Well it's 70,000km - which is less then 45k miles...my concern is that all coils or plugs just can not go down simultaneously - and when I clear the error code it takes me another couple of months to see it... Regards, Vladimir
  9. It's a 2005 MY 997 - manual with 3,6l 325 hp - as simple as possible ;-)
  10. Thanks a lot Bill, the problem is that I have all 6 cylinders misfire. Happens not too often - every 2 months or so...anyway - appreciate any news! Regards, Vladimir
  11. Hello colleagues, my Check Engine light came up and I used Durametric to identify error codes - those are P0300, 301-306. My serviceman suggests to replace all sparks and ignition coils - which I feel is quite costy...and may be useless. Also, there must be a different cause - maybe fuel pump? Why would all cylinders misfire simultaneously? Thank you very much in advance and regards from Moscow, Vladimir
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