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    997gts 997gt3mk1 911g sc
  1. now i have changed the passenger crash sensor (close to the seat belt tensioner) and from 4 fault codes there are still 3 there only the nbr 87 sensor passenger airbag is gone but nbr 56 with the same failure is still there? now i have ordered 2 new seatbelts and a airbag control module from a 2004 on i hope this works or is there another sensor on the passenger side?
  2. here is another pic of the tensionierin our catalogue this are the part numbers until 2001 996.803.033.04 /L 996.803.034.08 /R from 2002 996.803.033.02 /L 996.803.034.04 /R
  3. this is a 2004 GT3 - someone in the forums said that you in the states only have the pyrotechnic tensioners - we in europe have electric? i attach a foto of the tensioner bye wolfgang
  4. hi i bought a 996 gt3 mk2 last week, the airbag light was on, i checked the fault codes with durarmetric but dont thougt fixing would be no big problem. after going in depth - i saw there is already an other airbag control module installed - nbr 996.618.219.00 (they was build for cars until 2001) the fault codes with this module are 37 belt tensionier, driver´s 38 belt tensionier, passenger´s 56 side airbag sensor, passenger i take the airbag sensor out of the car and ordered a good one (should come in a few days). if i install the original airbag module nbr. 996.618.219.02
  5. hi Durametric said that this would be possible with the professionell version but don't told me how. i have to send codes? bye wolfgang
  6. hi i want to disable the TPM on my car. what i have to do, i own the professional version with latest 6 software from Durametric. wolfgang
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