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Hand over reset and Durametric

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Is there any way of doing a hand over reset on my 2006 Porsche Carrera 4s convertible with my purschased Durametric software?


if yes; please help;  if no;  is there another way to get it done aside from dealer intervention.


my Homelink and heated seats no longer function after battery replacement.

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48 minutes ago, mextreme said:

Is this common?   A battery replacement should NOT require a trip to the dealer or mechanic - for any car.


I agree but this is what I’m reading on all the forums… do you guys think it may just be the fuse?  If so; do any of you know which one it could be.  

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1 hour ago, mextreme said:

Is this common?   A battery replacement should NOT require a trip to the dealer or mechanic - for any car.



This phenomenon is not unknown; when the battery goes weak, communications with one or more modules can be lost.  When that happens, the module needs to be reinitialize, which requires the correct diagnostic system.

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On 6/5/2021 at 4:06 PM, J Scar said:

I’m from Montreal;  does anyone know someone in the area that can do this aside from the dealer?


I doubt you will find anyone outside of the dealer with a PIWIS.  While I have seen a few that have it, it's too cost prohibitive for most independent shops (something like ~$10K/month).  When you need access to a PIWIS you usually just need to bite the bullet and go to the dealer.

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