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I bought a Durametric for my 1999 996 C2. The problem I have is understanding what the actual values are? Where do I look to see what is "normal" after I check my actual values. I can't find anything on the Durametric cd or website. So far it's a bunch of numbers with no meaning. Any help?

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If you do not have any fault codes - then the values are within normal ranges.

When you have a fault the diagnostic will lead you to a troubleshooting tree that will ask what a value or reading is to determine if that is the problem or not. There are hundreds of faults and perhaps thousands of troubleshooting procedures each with their own tests and values. So there is no big list of "normal" readings per se.

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I bought a Durametric for my 1999 996 C2. The problem I have is understanding what the actual values are? Where do I look to see what is "normal" after I check my actual values. I can't find anything on the Durametric cd or website. So far it's a bunch of numbers with no meaning. Any help?

Here are the DME set points for your car.

Howard

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I bought a Durametric for my 1999 996 C2. The problem I have is understanding what the actual values are? Where do I look to see what is "normal" after I check my actual values. I can't find anything on the Durametric cd or website. So far it's a bunch of numbers with no meaning. Any help?

Here are the DME set points for your car.

Howard

Howard

Thank you, that is exactly what I was looking for. I appreciate it.

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I bought a Durametric for my 1999 996 C2. The problem I have is understanding what the actual values are? Where do I look to see what is "normal" after I check my actual values. I can't find anything on the Durametric cd or website. So far it's a bunch of numbers with no meaning. Any help?

Here are the DME set points for your car.

Howard

c337cc - this is very good info to have on hand.. do you know where i can get the DME set points for my model-year 2003 996 C4S 6-sp ? rrspike

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I bought a Durametric for my 1999 996 C2. The problem I have is understanding what the actual values are? Where do I look to see what is "normal" after I check my actual values. I can't find anything on the Durametric cd or website. So far it's a bunch of numbers with no meaning. Any help?

Here are the DME set points for your car.

Howard

c337cc - this is very good info to have on hand.. do you know where i can get the DME set points for my model-year 2003 996 C4S 6-sp ? rrspike

I have that info only in mode 6 form,if that will help. Howard

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