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That's the one.
It's control module 75 "Telematics".
Still you need a contract with the provider, or at least Porsche should have the contract but you can try, sure.
So my guess is right, thanks. I guess many tech gadgets use a single module for BT/wifi/LTE to save cost and space.
At least now I confirm its my local dealer/Porsche don't want to offer the service to us , not because our cars are missing some components.

 

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Let us know if you find a way to control the spoiler. :)
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It's control module 6B "Aerodynamics".
I don't know how it looks in VCDS on the car but according to this ADPmap you can even set treshhold speeds, when and how far the wing opens/closes.
Have to look at that some day, also if there's a test available to open it fully when the car is stationary.
 

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So my guess is right, thanks. I guess many tech gadgets use a single module for BT/wifi/LTE to save cost and space.
At least now I confirm its my local dealer/Porsche don't want to offer the service to us , not because our cars are missing some components.
It only means the control module is in my car but it doesn't mean it's in your car though.
You have to do a scan yourself to be sure.
Still, I think it's just in there, would be wierd if it wasn't, agree.
 

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Let us know if you find a way to control the spoiler. :)
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I was curious so I tried but unfortunately there's a security key needed...:angry:
I also looked at the treshhold speeds and indeed, there's 65, 390 and 2000 km/h...
That doesn't make any sense, does it?
65 shoud be 90, 390 should be 150 and 2000 should be around 200 or so.
Anyone see a pattern?
 
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By removing the wheels.

Really!!!!! - was thinking of there was special trick or you use force/tool to remove - anything one should observent in the process
 

 
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