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Thanks Loren, i read the fault code in ABS module with Bosch KTS 550, and read 1100.

But i can´t clear the fault memory.

The KTS 550 is of my friend.

I´m a specialist in Porsche, but i always repair old models, and now i`m repairing 996, boxter and 993, and i want to buy a diagnosis for Porsche.

The problem in 996 is the ABS and PSM light is On, and Porsche official service tell me that the problem is in Steering angle sensor, but i don´t know.

And Is necesary recalibrate the steering angel sensor?

What do you think?

Thanks for all, regards.

ouuuuu, my english, sorry. :( :help:

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Both ABS and PSM lights on...

This is the same error you will get if the MAF is unplugged. Are you sure you or a shop didn't accidently leave the MAF unplugged after working on the car?

This can also cause ABS and PSM lights to come on as the DME is not sensing the PSM data and combining it with the throttle position and mass air flow readings.

If it is the steering angle sensor you will need a PST2 (or PIWIS tester) to set it correctly.

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Thanks, I whenever I work on the cars, disconnect the battery to avoid problems.

Then it is possible that the problem not this in the steering angle sensor?

I have bought it and is most expensive

Where I can buy those equipment of diagnosis that you recommend to me?

In case that it is the MAF, so that the light of failure of engine does not ignite?

As I can extinguish it? , single with the diagnosis equipment?


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