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Update Disk Part Numbers (9x7): 1) Level A - 000.043.2 (previously 000.043.2) â€“ Updates Standard Production Status to Model Level A 2) Level B - 000.043.2 - Updates Level A to Level B 3) Phone - 000.043.2 - Updates Motorola phone module, if installed.4) Level C - 000.044.901.40 - Updates Navigation Module, after Level B is installed, to Level C.PCM2.1 Navigation Europe DVD 08.2012 â€“ 997.044.903.50 (currently Â£303.53 VAT).Notes: Levels A, B and Phone are done with a CD in the PCM CD drive. Phone update is only required if the telephone module is fitted to the car. Different update disks are required for 9PA Cayenne models.c) If PCM is version 05024xxx then only apply Level C update.d) If PCM is version 05395xxx then no updates are required, just insert the map disk.Hmm, I've done a few updates and never been able to update a standard production status / Level A PCM beyond level B (software version 3.0).I believe this is because the Level A units don't support Mp3 playback in terms of the CD drive and hardware, whereas the Level B (software version 3.1 and later) do.
If your car does not have an amplifier, the option will not be there.I believe the reason for the partial post code is because that's the full digit requirement for Europe and they overlook us in the UK in their product spec for the hardware.The mapping data is actually obtained from Navteq and supplied under license , but again Porsche decided to "lock out" third parties map software by requesting Harman Becker to write specific code into the map data so it will only work with their PCM.I mean the CD drive in the PCM head unit (the one used for audio CDs).The Navigation Drive is in the front boot, where the map disk goes. Being a 2007 car, your units software will already be compatible with the latest maps.