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Durametric: This Channel does not support Adaptation

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Hello all,


Long story short, I had an issue with my 05 CS. It complained about faulty suspension workshop. Turned out that the compressor was not running at all.


I bought the rebuild kit, compressor is working again (sounds a lil weak though). Yet I'm still stuck with the warning message.

Checked & Changed the battery also (new BOSCH AGM).

Upon started up, car says that pressure accumulator is charging. After driving for a while, I was able to use the control pads to adjust heights. Lowering is ok. Raising takes a lil while (most of the time).


I bought the Durametric Enthusiast to see if I can calibrate manually.

When I try to connect and try to READ, it shows the following:

"This channel does not support adaptation"

I let it be for a bit, still no info, no movement in the car. After trying it again, it app froze. I tried on 3 different laptop, window 7, 8, and window 10.


Took it to my friend shop, he tried to hook up the Shop's AUTEL scanner to calibrate. It started the calibration progress (lowering), then upon trying to raise it, it failed. At that point, the car stuck with code 1437 (since the calibration was not complete).


So I know for sure that:

1. Communication to the control module is working.



Not sure what's going on or what else to do. Durametric is basically helpless since I couldn't even get past the first stage.


Please advise,




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I'm having the same exact problem.  A few seconds after I click on "Read" it comes back with "This Channel does not support Adaptation."  If anyone can shed some light on the situation, it would be GREATLY appreciated.  My rear suspension is all uneven and I need to level everything out.


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