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Posts posted by Loren

  1. 38 minutes ago, ak_siberian said:

    Will see if any of the other forums echo your fears


    Yeah, don't talk to people who are in this business and deal with similar situations daily (shop owners and former Porsche employees) - yeah, ask people who give uneducated opinions on other forums.


    Actually, my advice is talk to an attorney and ask him if it could affect your defense if you are involved in an accident. 



  2. 46 minutes ago, JFP in PA said:

    Just be aware of two points:


    1. You are disabling a federally mandated safety item; in many states that is grounds for failing the car at its annual inspection.
    2. Your insurance company can play games with you if you have an accident such as rear ending someone of bumping into an inanimate object.  You purposely disabled a mandated safety feature designed to prevent such things, you could end up on the hook for all the damage.



  3. 3 hours ago, 986SimonB said:

    Hi guys, hope you can help me. I’ve a 986 with a CDR22 radio and battery went flat asking for code now. 


    The code from from pressing the TP button o got is below plus the model:


    25009587 and type 4467


    need anything else to help me, much appreciated 



    Try 1916


    • Thanks 1

  4. 5 hours ago, RichardMoon said:

    This is a truly awesome service!

    Becker CDR 210

    Model R2896

    Serial# T500119


    Have been advised of the code but suspect its utter tosh. Attempted to enter 4 digit number (have the display CODE with flashing C) but attempt to enter the code results in it going straight to display Becker with <> arrows directly below


    I may very probably be doing something wrong but stuffed if I know what. Is there a particular procedure other than punch number in?


    Try 4536


  5. 58 minutes ago, Steven Krekeler said:

    Unfortunately the battery for my 2000 996 was disconnected and I am now looking for the 4 digit code for my radio.  It would be great if someone could help me out.  The particulars


    Type:  Becker CDR 220

    Model number:  BE 4462

    Serial number: Y5040787


    Thanks for whatever help you can provide.




    Try 6538


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