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Durametric abs fault code

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Good day, I have a 2001 boxster that I am using the Durametric program on. Everything checked out fine except the abs system had a fault red flag come up which I could not remove.This stikes me as odd because the dash light was never on to begin with. The Q&A section at durametric talked about correcting the DME first then the fault can be fixed. Am I on the right path? Should I even worry about this? If so how do I proceed? Thanks

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Thanks for the reply. When I did the short test to erase irrors, a box came up with everything checking out ok except the section ABS/PSM5.3 It had a red exclamation mark with the words current fault codes, nothing else. No code, #s, or anything. So I went to the section to erase fault code in the abs section and hit the button and a window asking me if I want to do this shows up and I hit yes.Then another box shows up saying, Unhandled exception has occurred in your application. If you click continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. If you click quit, the application will close immediately. Index was outside the bounds of the array. I hit continue and a tiny box says please wait. I waited about twenty minutes with no change. I finally shut everything down. Thanks for the help

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Just to get back I talked to Owen at Durametric and he nailed the problem down to my 2001 Boxster has the 5.7 version ABS/DSC/PSM instead of the 5.3 version. The year the 5.3 changed to 5.7 was 2002. Thanks to everyone.

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