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Old 10-11-2017, 12:50 PM
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Immobilizer programing options

I recently purchased a used ecu with matching key but the immobilizer under the seat is not a matched pair. Anyone know of a way to bypass the immobilizer or who can program it to match? My local dealer said I must buy a new immobilizer @$900 and they will not program a used unit
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First you will need to get IPAS codes (should be able to get them from Porsche directly although YMMV). Then you'll need access to PST2 or PIWIS.
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You will also need to get the matching steering column lock or get a new one programmed.
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all i did was send the new dme to epl tuning with my vin # and they programmed the dme for me. about 100$ a few yrs ago. i was able to use both dme units and the car didnt know the difference.
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