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Question oops

I bought a factory DME manual for a 87 944S, I didn't notice until I got it in the mail that it was for the S model. Can I still use the info it for my 944 non S?


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Some of the sensors are the same. However you need a proper DME Test Plan for your car as you don't have the position sensor on the cams and the knock sensors or the additional ignition module that drives the coil.

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