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  1. Ted_Graham

    Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    2000 Boxster, Becker 1 radio, Type 4462, Serial X5037900 Thanks!
  2. You do not need to remove the center console. It is quite easy to slip the metal braces into the bottom piece without removing the console. My lid was already broken off, so I was able to put it in a vice to remove the pin, which might have been tricky if it was still in place. Quite an easy fix, good luck to anyone attempting it.
  3. Thanks for these pictures. Can someone clarify if I need to remove the entire center console? The pictures seems to show the console coming out.
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