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Durametric to turn on/off options

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I own a 08 Cayenne Base, and I'm thinking about upgrading it to a 08 Turbo cluster sometime soon. However, the Turbo donor has some options that my car does not have. For example, navigation system and air suspension. I'm not sure this will apply to me, but I heard if one car has an option that the other car doesn't the cluster will throw a warning light. I have a Durametric pro, and after some research, I have figured out how to turn off the navigation on the instrument cluster so it won't throw an error code at me. But I'm yet to find out how to program the instrument cluster to think that I don't have air suspension installed and consequently won't throw a code. Can anyone help me with the coding??

On the side note, I also found out that it can be coded so that the booster gauge reads the voltmeter. I'm not sure of the details, and I'm doing my research right now. If anyone knows about this it will also help tremendously.

Attached is the current coding of my instrument cluster before the switch.

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