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pold9000

disable TPM on a 997GTS?

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hi i want to disable the TPM on my car.

what i have to do, i own the professional version with latest 6 software from Durametric.

wolfgang

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hi

Durametric said that this would be possible with the professionell version but don't told me how.

i have to send codes?

bye

wolfgang

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After you select the vehicle, you should see a page that has a left panel that displays various control modules, if tire pressure is supported on that vehicle, it will be listed there. Click on the "+" symbol next to "tire pressure", and it should display what functions are available for the vehicle. If tire pressure is not listed for the vehicle you have selected, it is not supported in the software version that you have. On page 8 of the attached manual, you will see the list of modules supported on a 05-09 997, which shows the tire pressure function:

http://www.durametric.com/Durametric_Software_Instruction_Manual.pdf

Not all control modules, or individual module functions are supported for all models and years, each update seems to add more, but everything is not yet supported.................

Edited by JFP in PA

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