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New DME Installing Question

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2003 Porsche 996tt

I want to remove my DME from the car because I think the car has a tuned program on it,so I like to buy a NEW Porsche DME unit and install it.

I don't want to copy the Old DME program from it.

I have my IPASS CODE in hand and a PST2 Unit.

Question is do I use my OLD IPASS CODES when programing the New DME Unit .

or does the Dealer get me new IPASS CODES for the New DME unit to program it ?

I will guess and say use the OLD IPASS CODES to program it I think they stay with the car.

I Have three codes:

1-Learn Code

2-DME Program Code

3-Immobiliser Code

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If you buy a new DME it will come with the DME Programming code set to 00000000. When you start programming it, it will ask you to confirm the "old" code (00000000) and then enter a "new" code (the Programming code from your existing DME). Then you have to enter the Immobiliser Code from your IPAS codes, and then set the correct parameters for your car in the Coding section (cruise, country, etc). Finally, program the fuel map. Once you have done this, you will have two interchangeable DMEs.

Drop me a PM with your email address.

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