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  1. Hey Loren,  

    When trying to access the Cayenne 9PA1 TSB's (trying to find the one on the moisture in the PSM connector), the first page of tsbs comes up fine, but when click to page 2, i get a page not found error.  Any ideas how to find that tsb?



    Karl Wilen

  2. Durametric professional: Olathe, KS (south kansas city) dockarl at wilen.us
  3. You can get the knock off PIWIS software and cables off ebay now for about 2500. They are configured to use with a IBM t40 IIRC laptop, so if you don't have one, you will need to buy one and then install the harddrive. We had one at the shop and it worked great. I agree, the durametrics (which is what I use now) can do most of the stuff people need with the new beta 6.0 software. If you need to do indepth coding though, you will need a PST2 or PIWIS (and even then you will need some codes on occasion from the dealer, so you will need an "in" there as well). Lol, didn't realize that was my firs
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