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9 minutes ago, cjbiv said:

I'm ready to drive my 986 into the lake.

O.K., I got the code from 'Loren': THANK YOU!

But now, for some reason I have the bloody "WAIT" message appearing where the code screen use to be???

How do I get back to the code screen?

Thank you!

 

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ...

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Hello!  I’m hoping to find the radio code for my 2000 911 Cab:

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser X5030932

48/98

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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22 minutes ago, Brian Oaks said:

Hello!  I’m hoping to find the radio code for my 2000 911 Cab:

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser X5030932

48/98

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

 

Try 4867

 

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On 11/11/2018 at 2:38 PM, cjbiv said:

CDR-220

BE4462

25017716

Thank you.

The radio code you gave me did not work (0807).  Maybe I got the serial # wrong; it is very difficult to read my display.  The display is beginning to deteriorate. Can we try this:

serial # 25817716

Thank you.

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1 hour ago, cjbiv said:

The radio code you gave me did not work (0807).  Maybe I got the serial # wrong; it is very difficult to read my display.  The display is beginning to deteriorate. Can we try this:

serial # 25817716

Thank you.

 

0807 should work (proving you used the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ.

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1 hour ago, Loren said:

 

0807 should work (proving you used the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ.

I did; I did exactly what the FAQs directed. 

The only thing I can think is that I gave you the wrong serial # the first time. 

Is 0807 correct for both 25017716 and 25817716?

Thank you.

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2 minutes ago, cjbiv said:

I did; I did exactly what the FAQs directed. 

The only thing I can think is that I gave you the wrong serial # the first time. 

Is 0807 correct for both 25017716 and 25817716?

Thank you.

 

Yes, so if that does not work then chances are your radio was repaired by a 3rd party repair service (not Becker).

In that case, sorry, I can not help you.

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14 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Yes, so if that does not work then chances are your radio was repaired by a 3rd party repair service (not Becker).

In that case, sorry, I can not help you.

O.K., thanks for the info.  I'll see what I can do from here.  Thanks again.

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