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Rob do you mean in your 996 - cause you posted in the 997-1 section?

Hi Loren :)

I mean in a 997, MY09 ( should've posted in 997-2? Just noticed that ).

I'm a Porsche sales consultant now ( http://www.rogerjobs.com/ ) and my service manager isn't sure if it's an OEM retrofit or not. Figured this was the place to get an answer.

Edited by Rob in WA

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If you don't have PCM 3.0 then the old one for the 997-1 might work.

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=11812

If you do have PCM 3.0 then I think it is a new ball game.

I just purchased a 997.2 this month. Parts & service guys at dealership say the cars are prewired for XM retrofit, just a matter of time before it is released. Just like the new Bluetooth retrofit.

How much time is the question...I waiting myself.

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This has been done to a PCM3 equipped Cayenne. The entire PCM unit is different for cars equipped with XM and those without. The retrofit on the Cayenne involved a new PCM and installing a new wireharness to the rear spoiler where the XM/GPS combo antenna is located. Then PAG has to supply an activation code which has to be programmed with the PIWIS tester. I would doubt that the 997s are prewired for XM because the Cayennes most definitely are not.

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