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  1. Not sure someone else did this already, but I sent an email to Joe confirming it posted.
  2. Hi Joe - I'll probably drop by, especially if someone is bringing something to do DME readouts. I already finished my front rotor/pad replacement, so no need to work on that any more for me. But, I might decide to replace my rear pads so that may be something I can save if we need stuff to do... Canyon
  3. Hi Joe- I'd be interested. I need to change the GT3's front rotors and pads, but I might try to do it on my own before then. Would be great to get a code readout, since I didn't know about doing that before I bought the car. Canyon
  4. cchan

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Thank you very much!
  5. cchan

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Gotcha! For me, it's a USA 2004 GT3... thanks in advance!
  6. cchan

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Specifically this thread was about an RoW (not US) pre 2001 GT3. And, Carerra's have had 3 different DME's so each should be reviewed independently. Ah, thanks Loren, the variety must explain the lack of specifc information on various boards. So does that mean that the RPM signal is on different pins on the ODBII connector (not DME) for different 996 models? I would have thought that they might have kept that consistent. Is the best thing to just look for the violet/green wire (or could it be different colors?)?
  7. cchan

    GT3 ECU Pins

    That's because the white wire is a input to the ECU which the ECU translates to an RPM signal and outputs via the wire marked "TN-SIGNAL" (Violet/Green I believe). Should this also work on street GT3s, and more broadly 996s? Do any of you know which OBD II plug pin the violet/green wire goes to? (I'm also debating tapping in through the connector versus splicing into the wire)
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