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    '08 997 C2S
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    '99 Corvette Convertible
  1. A picture is worth a thousand words. I haven't done my PCCB brakes yet, but am interested.
  2. How high did you jack up the car to get the tranny out? And did you do the RMS? Easy?
  3. Did you physically inspect the port itself. Make sure the metal pins/sockets are intact?
  4. Even though this thread is old a response is warranted. I would go to those weekend Caffeine & Cars meets and talk people up about their exhaust so that you can hear them in person and get some feedback from the owners. I have a Agency Power exhaust, it's not too loud and I like it (so does the wife)
  5. Ditto I did the same just yesterday. I had changed the TPMS sensors with HUF's as they went dead, till some of them starting acting up after I changed them. Too much money to maintain that system.
  6. Why can't these cars be easier than that, I hate having to go to the Stealership. I want to be able to diagnose my own problems, that why I bought the Durametric, and repair them myself. Thanks for your info!
  7. So, the control unit isn't bad , it just needs reprogramming? Or is the unit bad and it needs reprogramming, too? TIA
  8. Where is 997.618.516.01 located? Durametric calls it the Communications Front Control Unit (Comfort) Battery died and after I did the emergency procedure to open the boot lid I got a C127 error, it goes away and then comes back intermittently. TIA CAM
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