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I had a similar problem recently.  I had to replace the alarm module.  About $150 and it is located on the middle of the firewall.  I am 6’1” and have long arms and I still found it a pain to reach it.  Several tutorials on the internet.  Follow the steps in exact order it will help (ask me how I know this).  The part is used on several cars over the years and is readily available.  Do not buy a used one.  They are known to fail with age.  I hope this helps.

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Why not spend the money and get the car scanned - then you will know the problem exactly - instead of guessing.


^ 100% agree. Why throw parts at the car without first checking the codes?


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51 minutes ago, gabriel castillo said:

I use 3 scanner...incluid Piwis and no codes......

 

Was this a legal Porsche branded PIWIS or a China Knock-off?

There almost has to be a fault in the alarm system.

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