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Ok fellas, to all that helped with my other posts about the no start problem, thanks. Now I picked up my boxster yesterday, starts, runs fine, but the trans in now in limp mode. I have a feeling that somewthing happened when at my mechanics, as when I went to pick it up, the spoiler was deployed as well. Before I took it, he put it back on the diagnostics, but could find nothing. I babied it home, now I will try to trouble shoot this. Maybe find another mechanic. Lol

Pulled 2 codes with the OBD2

P0600 - CAN timeout (or bus error) - present

P0706 - Multi-function switch - signal implausible

Any ideas?

Also, I've done some research, reading, etc, and was wondering if anyone has any experience with the durametric software for porsche, and will it pull the error codes for the tiptronic?

TIA again

Jim

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Ok fellas, to all that helped with my other posts about the no start problem, thanks. Now I picked up my boxster yesterday, starts, runs fine, but the trans in now in limp mode. I have a feeling that somewthing happened when at my mechanics, as when I went to pick it up, the spoiler was deployed as well. Before I took it, he put it back on the diagnostics, but could find nothing. I babied it home, now I will try to trouble shoot this. Maybe find another mechanic. Lol

Pulled 2 codes with the OBD2

P0600 - CAN timeout (or bus error) - present

P0706 - Multi-function switch - signal implausible

Any ideas?

Also, I've done some research, reading, etc, and was wondering if anyone has any experience with the durametric software for porsche, and will it pull the error codes for the tiptronic?

TIA again

Jim

P0600 is a Tip code, indicating that the CAN bus cannot communicate with the Tip's control module. Could be a harness unplugged, broken wiring, or the Tip control module itself.

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You can also get odd false code if the battery voltage gets low. Best course of action is to clear the codes in all control modules, drive the vehicle for adaption and address any code that return which might not be any.

Durametric will clear the codes in question and I highly recommend the product.

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