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DIY: Panamera Service Reminders - Durametric Reset

 
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Post DIY: Panamera Service Reminders - Durametric Reset

I see many asking how this is done with Durametric.
Here is the process.

Simple, and quick too.
Need to have Durametric cable (any flavor), plus SW from Durametric web site. My used version was 6.5.5.5.


Good luck.
 
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Well damn! Good stuff thanks! {runs to garage}
 
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Thanks! Cable is on the list of things to buy now. (New Owner here).
 
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Yes, I just reset oil in my p4s today with Durametric today. 6.5.5.5 is the latest update from Durametric.
 
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easy peasy...


Originally Posted by dougcayenne View Post
Yes...
 
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I would very strongly encourage anyone owning Panamera to have a diagnostics solution. Without it, you will be very limited for sure.

I would say the need on scale 1 to 10, is 15.


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100% agree.

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I would very strongly encourage anyone owning Panamera to have a diagnostics solution. Without it, you will be very limited for sure.

I would say the need on scale 1 to 10, is 15.
 
 
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