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Can a PIWIS be used on older cars with the round socket?

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Richard - if you are still watching this thread. I have 1993 964 3.6 turbo. I have an Equus (Innova) OBDII that I use on my old 2001 Hyundai Accent. Is there any chance that the OBDII would diagnose anything on my Porsche if I can get the converter lead in your earlier post? I have an intermittent fault with the ABS light/buzzer that is driving me mad (see current post on this forum). Would it help with that?

TIA

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I doubt it would work, as the 964 isn't OBDII compliant. You certainly wouldn't be able to read the ABS module.

Richard - thanks for your prompt reply. I was afraid of that. If you are a wizard on these things, could you help me troubleshoot my abs light/alarm problem outlined in the 964 forum about 2-3 posts down. Sorry - don't know how to insert link to a post

Regards from sunny Spain

arjay

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