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  1. For a 9x6, those are the only 3 codes you need, and they are required for programming for the DME and alarm/immobiliser control units. You don't need any security codes to change the cluster, abs/psm, tip, aircon, etc. on 9x6 you only need the alarm learn code and if coding a remote you need to long number on the label, autologic will code keys
  2. RKAT is equal on both banks at minus 1.5 suggesting its slightly running rich but nothing significant there, needs to be 6.5 for MIL. I cant see anything running wrong very odd, been to main dealer, they have no idea either
  3. No its much more severe than that, a serious hesitation/flutter, not MIL on and no fault codes. Both banks are running equally inc Mass Air Flow readings. A slight minus figure on both RKAT but nowhere near 6.5. I have wondered about a cam solenoid but not sure. Rich
  4. 39 views, come anybody have any idea???
  5. Hi, we have a 997 turbo with a slight hesitance under normal light throttle conditions upto around 3000 rpm. its covers 30.000miles. It had new turbo's at the dealer under good will but it still has this hesitance, we have fitted new spark plugs but all is the same. Durametric says there is no fault but unfortunately actual values won't work on this car. I have just down loaded version 6 and i am hoping actual values will work and that we can narrow it down to a particular cylinder. Until then can anyone shed any light on a potential fix for this car. I was wondering if a cam actuator could be not working properly but unlike PIWIS, Durametric does not have a test facility for this. Regards Rich
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