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Recall #W208000 Update PCM Software 996/986

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  • 6 months later...

I think that one thing it does is making it possible to use the Later 07 (2002) version of the map wich is better then the earlier 06 (2000) version.

The 06 and 07 only refers to the ending numbers in the art.nr

Since my 996 have got this update I would really like to know if there is other things that have changed as well

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  • 1 year later...

Whilst trying to get an update CD for my 987/997 PCM2.1 I accidentally purchased a CD update for the PCM2 dated 2003. This is a spare part you can buy from your dealer for a few dollars. The update CD's for the 987 that allow use of the current DVD are self loading from the CD drive. Obviously you cannot update a PCM2 to run the DVD map disks but the software may allow you to use the current PCM2 map disks if you are otherwise unable to.

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