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Upgraded Tech info website

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Porsche recently did a major overhaul of its techinfo website, adding all kinds of data most of us have been desperately seeking. You can either search by YMM (year, make, model) or by VIN

Here's the link: https://techinfo2.porsche.com/PAGInfosystem...r?Type=GVOStart

Now available:

WM: Workshop Manual

TI: Technical Information

SIT: Service Information Technik

WD: Wiring Diagrams

OWM: Owner's Manual

ETM: Emission Test Manual

PM: Paint Manual EM

Environment Manual

WEST: Workshop Equipment and Special Tools Manual

MC: Manufacturer's Certificates DIAG

Diagnostics for older model series

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I am not sure this is for us average DIY'ers.

"2 Authorised companies (orderer)

2.1 Only companies indirectly or directly involved in the maintenance and repair of Porsche standard-production vehicles as per the list published by Porsche on its website and acting as independent participants in the market in the sense of Art. 4 Para. 2 Subparagraph 4 of the REGULATION (EC) No. 1400/2002 OF THE COMMISSION of July 31, 2002 relating to the application of Art. 81 Para. 3 of the contract to groups of vertical agreements and concerted practices in the automotive sector shall be authorised.

2.2 The orderer shall assure that it is an authorised company. The orderer shall inform Porsche immediately should it cease to be an authorised company.

2.3 Other companies or consumers shall be excluded from access"

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I am not sure this is for us average DIY'ers.

"2 Authorised companies (orderer)

2.1 Only companies indirectly or directly involved in the maintenance and repair of Porsche standard-production vehicles as per the list published by Porsche on its website and acting as independent participants in the market in the sense of Art. 4 Para. 2 Subparagraph 4 of the REGULATION (EC) No. 1400/2002 OF THE COMMISSION of July 31, 2002 relating to the application of Art. 81 Para. 3 of the contract to groups of vertical agreements and concerted practices in the automotive sector shall be authorised.

2.2 The orderer shall assure that it is an authorised company. The orderer shall inform Porsche immediately should it cease to be an authorised company.

2.3 Other companies or consumers shall be excluded from access"

From how I interpret this.. if you pay for a subscription, your entitled to use it.

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I am not sure this is for us average DIY'ers.

"2 Authorised companies (orderer)

2.1 Only companies indirectly or directly involved in the maintenance and repair of Porsche standard-production vehicles as per the list published by Porsche on its website and acting as independent participants in the market in the sense of Art. 4 Para. 2 Subparagraph 4 of the REGULATION (EC) No. 1400/2002 OF THE COMMISSION of July 31, 2002 relating to the application of Art. 81 Para. 3 of the contract to groups of vertical agreements and concerted practices in the automotive sector shall be authorised.

2.2 The orderer shall assure that it is an authorised company. The orderer shall inform Porsche immediately should it cease to be an authorised company.

2.3 Other companies or consumers shall be excluded from access"

I couldn't find this disclaimer... but section 2.3 seems quite clear.

Too bad, because it would be nice to be able to reference these documents.

Edited by Westcoaster

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