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  1. Hi, for anyone who's interested. The lead that goes between the PIWIS tool, its adapter lead and an old vehicle without the newer OBDII diagnostic port has this part number: 000 721 928 81 and connects to the 928 944 993 and possibly 964. Thanks for the help. Jerome
  2. Ha, i don't think the PIWIS would be allowed 3 inches from this building :s Do you know the part number, name and where i can purchase this older cable or cables that will allow me to connect PIWIS through the adaptor cable to the older types of diagnostic ports? - please see personal message Thank you for your time, Jerome
  3. I take it the other cable you have is for an old tool? and both cables attach to the same round connector on a vehicle? Is the round connector for an old diagnostic port? if so, up to what year and which vehicles does it cover? Thanking you in advance for your help, Jerome
  4. I'm working with with PIWIS, one of our team attended a Porsche training program and the cable was included in the bundle. The training didn't cover adaptors. Could you tell me what this cable and that other one in your photo is used for please? are there any others? Many thanks, Jerome
  5. Hi, I've got a cable that has what looks like a part number attached on a yellow sleeve. The cable possibly goes between the Porsche PIWIS Tester and something else. Does anyone have a description of what this item is and what it's used for? I expect that it's an old type of diagnostic cable but that's just a guess. 230mm long High density 26 way Dtype female one end 8 way (only 6 pins connected), screw on type plug the other Numbers: FD390 1 684 462 501 Sorry if this is in the wrong area, I couldn't find a relevant topic. Please feel free to relocate if appropriate. Many thanks for the help, Jerome
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