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account911

Need help DME programming Code please!

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Could any one please help.

 

My 2002 Porsche 911tt turbo requires  DME programming code, after I got Immobilizer code from one of nice dealer keyed in.   Their internet has been down over a week now.  Therefore they can not give its DME programming code yet.  Other dealers nearby are unwilling to provide.  

I do not know how and when those code erased.  My car is dead, could not drive at all.   

 

Could any body here please help to get DME programming code?

Greatly appreciate in advance any input!

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:welcomeani:

 

You can only get IPAS codes from a dealer - and in most cases after showing proof of ownership.

Sorry, no shortcuts for those.

 

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10 hours ago, Loren said:

:welcomeani:

 

You can only get IPAS codes from a dealer - and in most cases after showing proof of ownership.

Sorry, no shortcuts for those.

 

Yes. I sent them ownership documents.  They said they know I am the owner but not allow giving out. Have to bring the car in and pay to program it.  One dealership nearby, even I went in person with ownerships documents, he still refused.  He said the car needs to tow in for diagnose and programming.

 

If you or any body know which dealer willing to provide the code after verification my ownership,  please let me know.  I sincerely appreciate that!

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On 1/20/2019 at 9:38 AM, Loren said:

What state and city, please?

My local dealer gave me mine with my car title and my driver's license - 5 minutes.

NC

Thank you

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On 1/20/2019 at 9:38 AM, Loren said:

What state and city, please?

My local dealer gave me mine with my car title and my driver's license - 5 minutes.

I just got the code from one of the nicest gentleman from dealer in CA.  I will stopped by there when visiting sometimes this year or so to see him ?️.

Much appreciated for your help !

Love this forum!

 

 

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I just called repair guy.  

The code works but alarm set off.  Now the car can started but as soon its key let's go then alarm set off and engine stops.  

The guy has been fixing my car was try to figure out what micro switch trigger it.

 

Could any one please help?

Any input greatly appreciate!

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If the car started, then it has recognised the immobiliser code, so it sounds to me like the programming is correct.

 

Do you have the alarm siren?  Is it the siren which is going off when you remove the key?  The siren is to the right hand side of the battery, as you look at the car from the front.  If you have the siren then I suspect it has a bad backup battery inside.  With the ignition switched on, unplug the siren.  Then see if the alarm goes off when you switch the ignition off and remove the key.  You might get a beep from the alarm horn (a separate horn on the other side of the battery) when you lock the car, because the siren is disconnected.

 

Siren and Tilt Sensor.jpg

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22 hours ago, Richard Hamilton said:

If the car started, then it has recognised the immobiliser code, so it sounds to me like the programming is correct.

 

Do you have the alarm siren?  Is it the siren which is going off when you remove the key?  The siren is to the right hand side of the battery, as you look at the car from the front.  If you have the siren then I suspect it has a bad backup battery inside.  With the ignition switched on, unplug the siren.  Then see if the alarm goes off when you switch the ignition off and remove the key.  You might get a beep from the alarm horn (a separate horn on the other side of the battery) when you lock the car, because the siren is disconnected.

 

Siren and Tilt Sensor.jpg

Wow Wow Wow..... It works now !

You have saved my life!!!

Much appreciate for your help and to every one here.  This forum is rock !!!

Hopefully it will  done by this friday, repair guy said.

 

Thank you again to ALL !!!

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I went there few minutes ago.  The battery is charging ( he may not ever do that before on my car.  I think he lets it gone dead many times since I first towed there, 2 1/2 months already)

And He said, as soon as he lift the car up, its alarm went off.  And now everything put back together, engine will not started.  

Is it matter if He uses key open its door instead of remote control, while door is still opened wide?

Then he tries start the engine on but it did crank but not started.  

No code found, he says.

 

Seems the alarm locked the engine;

 

What I could do now?  Please help!

 

Much appreciate !

 

 

 

 

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I doubt the problem is the alarm/immobilizer.  The immobilizer inhibits the fuel pump, ignition, and starter motor.  Because it is cranking, the immobilizer is inactive.

 

I suspect the root of your problem is the battery.  Low voltage causes all sorts of problems.

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I asked the guy about that he said he tested the battery it is good.  

Should I go ahead to replace the battery?

Thank you

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