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Old 05-10-2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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Default fault code c102 c141 c131 & 8004 (in PAS)

Does anyone know what these mean?

this is from a durametric fault scan result on a car I am interested in.

Threw in the DME scan as well.. Not thrilled about range 4 but I think I am ok with it.
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good luck finding those codes. i have searched for the "non-P" fault codes before and found nothing. i heard porsche doesnt even print them out (in manuals, etc) anymore, and only has them in PIWIS. but FWIW...

...i think i might even have a few of those on my car. they have prob been there for who knows how long but i just bought a durametric so i just found them. the point? i'm not really sure what they are, but as long as everything works the way it's supposed to, i couldnt care less.

and i wouldnt worry about the over-revs. there's over 100hrs since the last range 3 and almost 500 since the last range 4 = plenty of time for an issue to rear it's ugly head if there had been engine damage. just make sure it's CPO'd.
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SpiffyJiff - thanks. Did some searching myself and found other folks posts asking about what those were and not answers. The little info I found said its related to the battery being disconnected and codes not reset after. Car is CPOed for another yr...
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