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Hi Guys:

Take alook at this:


What do you think?

+1 wross, I have just purchased the Durametric package and it is "customized" for Porsche and has significant capabilites ( as mentined and evaluated by loren in previous posts) and significant capability to both read and clear many porsche error codes, i.e. worked great for me in diagnosing the infamous airbag fault code and was able to clear as well.

In reading the write up on this software, it does not list Porsche compatible, although does mention it will work on "some VW's...".??

my 2 cts Dmosan

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Thnaks guys, Durametric it is.


:thumbup: I'll just reaffirm what everyone said Durametric is much better I use mine all the time . I get false readings on my display supposedly they had a problem with 2005 C2 . If it's a false code the durametric will clear and reset if it isn't the fault message will stay I go to the dealer

Very good product

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