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Porsche Card Key ?

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I think it's to be used to remove your fog-lights. Check the owner's manual for replacement of fog-light bulbs...

Then I Googled it, and it appears to have something to do with remote control, but I can't find anything further.

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This is the code needed to program your vehicle with the key remote it came with (can only be done with a PIWIS or PST2). It's a good idea to hang on to it. Your key fob is worthless without it if you ever need to reprogram or change vehicles, etc.

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Also, there are something like 5 "slots" for key codes that can be stored in the vehicle's computer. So you should be able to see the existing ones in there.....and if this is the code for the key you are using, should be easy to match up.

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Aw-some ...That's what I am seeing on the Web.Do you know what numbers to use ?.I have a PST2 unit that I bought

With your PST2 you can reprogram the remote functions of your keys and the 24 digits numbers at the bottom of the label is a must! You will found the complete operation of "Re teaching the hand held transmitter" on page 1155 of the repair manual. But it is important to know that you have to follow the "exact" step by step instruction of the repair manual and you will also need the IPASS code from the dealer. IPASS code being a series of code, specific for your car, needed to reprogram different systems.

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I am in the process of asking a dealer to get me all the IPASC code for my car. Wish me luck !!!. Service manager has sent all my info to his Porsche Rep.

Umm... this is something they can do from any office computer linked to Porsche. They do not need special permission - and you have a right to "your information" as the owner.

This should not take any competent person more than 5 minutes. (IMHO of course)

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