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I am newby so i am sure that this has been asked before, but i could not find it in the search.

 

Can someone tell me how to clear the trouble codes in a 2011 911 Carrera S Cabriolet?

 

thanks in advanced

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Sounds difficult, by programming you mean what?  Is there a link where i can buy those?

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The PIWIS factory computer is available only by lease, and starts at nearly $20K for the first year.  Hardly practical for a one time diagnostic and programing effort.  The Durametric system can be had for less than $300 direct from Durametric.

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