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thomasshawn

trying to localize a faulty unit from codes

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durametric shows under my AWS

C102 CAN Single-Wire Operation "comfort"


I noticed it first on my passenger airbag. but then after looking I found it in all the following places. hoping that something in common will help localize

seat memory
steering column
gateway
right door



does this help localize in any way?


I'm also seeing C141 but I assume that's because I no longer have the PCM and have an aftermarket radio.
otherwise very few codes shown
 

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I get "C" codes every time I use my Durametric tool and, in my 12 years of ownership of my car,  have never experienced any issues with systems for which the "C" codes refer. Have also read that these codes aren't  necessarily  referencing a failed system as is the case with "P"  codes but are informational in nature.  Resetting codes will get these C codes to go away only to have them resurface next time I go into the system. In light of the fact that there have been no failures of any of the systems noted by these codes,  and while they may mean something to a Porsche tech ,  I stopped worrying about them some time ago without incident.

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1 hour ago, dphatch said:

I get "C" codes every time I use my Durametric tool and, in my 12 years of ownership of my car,  have never experienced any issues with systems for which the "C" codes refer. Have also read that these codes aren't  necessarily  referencing a failed system as is the case with "P"  codes but are informational in nature.  Resetting codes will get these C codes to go away only to have them resurface next time I go into the system. In light of the fact that there have been no failures of any of the systems noted by these codes,  and while they may mean something to a Porsche tech ,  I stopped worrying about them some time ago without incident.

 

Chassis (C-codes) category covers functions that are, generally, outside of the passenger compartment. These functions typically include mechanical systems such as brakes, steering and suspension.

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