Porsche PCM Questions

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I want to upgrade the PCM to cover 7 digit post codes. Do I have to do this through Porsche? Can it be done third party? Does anyone know how?
 
I want to upgrade the PCM to cover 7 digit post codes. Do I have to do this through Porsche? Can it be done third party? Does anyone know how?

Just got a quote to get my wife's cayenne (2012) done
By OPC it's £179.50...not heard of any 3rd parties that can do it

Occasionally Porsche run an offer for £149.00
 
Thanks for. The info. Mines a 12 too.
 
Sounds very reasonable I must say.
 
What's not reasonable is charging £2,137 for PCM in 2012 and it only accepting 4 digits of a post code
 
Our Dacia duster nav accepts full postcodes 😂
 
Upgrade all available from Halfrauds:

One role of duck tape (Colour mach to suit dash)
One tom tom

Strap tom tom to dash with duck tape.

job done. about £70.
 
The iPhone is better than any in car sat nav I've seen. I use an iottie, it clips onto the heater vents and the phone sticks to it magnetically, it's a bit posher than Pete's solution but achieves the same
 
Porsche were doing the upgrade last year for £99
 
The iPhone is better than any in car sat nav I've seen. I use an iottie, it clips onto the heater vents and the phone sticks to it magnetically, it's a bit posher than Pete's solution but achieves the same

Ah yes but is it colour matched Ken? Pete's solution is !
 
Porsche were doing the upgrade last year for £99

Correct. I had my 991 done this year for the same...
Can you credit that ! A 991 without 7 digit Satnav -,appalling really, but cheap to upgrade thankfully.
 
This.

Get it serviced at Reading and ask Andy Keywood nicely. ;-)

Thanks

Do you still have the Ducati Desmosedici and 1098R ?
 
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