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About Drsrharper

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    1999 911 Carrera Cabrolet
    1999 Boxster
  1. Drsrharper

    Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Hello Loren, After four years of ownership I finally had the battery die enough to kill the radio! VItals are: CDR2065 Model: 4462 Ser: X5016556 Thank you so much! Steve Found the old one that you gave me (5318). Going to give that a try. Thanks!
  2. Drsrharper

    Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Hello, I do not have the radio code for a 1999 Boxster radio - can you help me out? Data is: Becker 1 Type 4362 Ser X5017118 47/98 Thank you so much! Steve
  3. Hello, I am repairing a 1999 911 Cabrolet which had been hit in the driver rear quarter panel. The panel was pulled out and smoothed so it looks like new. However, the Water Drain Tube was crushed and I had to replace it. To do so you remove the rear window regulator. So I had the same nut/stud #9 problem above. This was complicated by the metal bracket in the window well was mangled due to the accident (not mine, I bought is as a salvage repair). I did get it removed. The instruction provided by Loren don't seem to acknowledge this third mechanical connection for the regulator (number 9 in the parts diagram above). So the question is: should I just leave it off? To attach it will require trying to fix the bent bracket in the wheel well (which is just out of reach). Any advice here would be appreciated. Best, Steve
  4. Drsrharper

    Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Lorin, That did it ... one more thing fixed! Thank you again. Steve
  5. Drsrharper

    Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Hello Loren, Just bought a new (to me) salvaged Carrera 911 (already have it running and driving!!!). The battery was dead and now I need the radio code. CDR - 220 1999 C2 Carrera 911 Cabriolet Type 4462 Ser # X5016556 Thank you so much!! Steve
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