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Everything posted by Loren

  1. No. If the code I gave you did not work then chances are that your radio was repaired by someone other than Becker. If that is the case then I can not help you... sorry.
  2. This is your third request for a different radio code - please consider a donation to this site. Try 2649
  3. Well, the only thing inside the fuel tank that could make noise is the fuel pumps.
  4. Check for a loose or broken muffler/tailpipe mount on that side of the car.
  5. Yes, but that part is from MY2002 and newer cars so the rear lid design changed. I do not know the proper dimensions for that newer logo on and older model.
  6. Perhaps you mean Grey/Pink from I (blue connector) to pin 13. That would be the Speedometer A sensor wire. Here is the brake sensor wiring...
  7. Perhaps you can tell us what you are working on - there are separate wiring diagrams for each model year and then up to 40 pages of diagrams for each model year.
  8. No relay - it runs off the Onboard Computer Network.
  9. READ and follow the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ. This topic is closed.
  10. Thyen perhaps part of your display is out.
  11. Entering the antitheft CODE This radio renders itself inoperative in the case of theft. If the radio or car battery is disconnected, the radio automatically disables itself. Once the radio is reinstalled or the battery is reconnected, the word "CODE", with a flashing letter "C", and the digits 1-0 appear in the display. Prior to use, the correct code must be entered via the multifunction keys. Example: CODE 1530 (Preassigned to each radio and supplied to the owner on the PORSCHE RADIO CODE CARD) is entered by pressing the multifunction keys in sequence. After the first digit is entered, the word "CODE" disappears and the number is displayed followed by three dashes. As digits are entered, the next line in sequence flashes. When all four numbers have been entered, the first digit flashes. At this time you can overwrite the code as often as necessary. To correct any error, you must enter the complete code. Once the correct code is displayed, enter by pushing the signal seek switch. If you have entered an incorrect code, the word "CODE" reappears in the display. The system allows two more attempts for a total of three. After three incorrect attempts, "WAIT" is displayed. A ten-minute time interval must lapse before you can attempt the coding process. You have three more chances to enter the proper code at this time. After nine attempts at code entry and three waiting periods of ten minutes each, the radio will "WAIT" for sixty minutes. After sixty minutes, you will have three more attempts at code entry. Should you fail at this point, "WAIT" will appear, and sixty minutes must pass before you can make another attempt. Attention: The radio must be on during the waiting period.
  12. Fuse 16 in the left fuse support. In many cases, it is not the fuse but a bad horn (or horns). The factory horns are not very good.
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