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  1. I contacted Durametric. They're saying it is either a problem with the durametric cable (which i just returned so they can check it) or one of the modules on K2 (airbag, seats, AC..) is causing a problem. Anyone had the same issue? Thanks, Fred
  2. Hi, I have a 1999 996 Cab I'm using the Durametric software to try to clear an airbag light, but I can't connect to any module. Software says: Module Failed to Initialize. This is the same for all the modules: Airbag ABS Seat Memory etc... I can only see ECU info. What could be the problem? Is it unlikely all these modules are bad at the same time. Thanks,
  3. I have the exact same problem on my 99 996 cab trying to connect with Durametric. I can only see the ECU info. Can't see any of the module. "Module Failed to Initialize" Any idea what might be causing this? Thanks, Fred
  4. Hi, My Airbag light came on and I repalced both seatbelt buckles. I now need to get the airbag light turned off. If anyone in the Los Angeles area has a Durametric Software, or PST2, or PIWIS to turn off the airbag light and is willing to help me, please let me know. Thanks Fred
  5. Thanks, Do you know where it is located? Is it easliy accessible? Fred
  6. Hi, I have a similar problem, except that the reading is at the max (Above 5). The engine is running great and the oil level is normal. However, the needle always stays above 5, it only comes down when I shut the engine off. Could it be a bad connection? If so, where do I look? Cluster or oil pressure sensor (not sure where it is located). Thanks, Fred 1999 996 Cab
  7. I have not purchased the Bose system yet, so I don't know what the wires look like. I just figured, I could cut the plug and run the wires directly into the amp using new connectors. I'd like to know more about this Infiniti system. My problem is that I don't have a rear storage compartment. Thanks, Fred
  8. Hi All, I'd like to install the BOSE premium sound package behind the seats in my 97 boxster. I just upgraded to a 6 channel amp. Do you know if the amp will support the Bose system? Have you guys tried this before? Thanks, Fred
  9. Guys, Do you know if this 6-channel amp can replace my 4-channel amp in my 97 Boxster? I know I'm gonna have to cut the plastic connector so the female connector will fit. I'm just wondering if it's the only adjustement I have to make. Thanks, Fred
  10. Hi Chris, The same thing just happened to me. How much were the repairs? Thanks, Fred
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