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Posts posted by Loren

  1. 34 minutes ago, Kbatl said:

    Well, before I disconnected battery, I thought I wrote down what was the code.  But it didn't work.  So then I did the Tone-8-0 and got the serial number, which matches what was stamped on the side of the radio (labels were no longer there).


    Please provide the code for the following:



    R3297  <-- 3297 is what I originally wrote down as the code, but apparently it isn't since it shows up when I electronically checked the serial number.




    Atlanta, GA


    Try 4171


  2. :welcomeani:


    Possible fault causes:

    - Electric fault in control line between DME and ignition coil
    - Spark plug connector faulty
    - Ignition coil faulty
    - Spark plug faulty
    - Secondary air

    - Mechanical or electrical fault in injection valve
    - Valve seat or valve faulty
    - Valve lift control faulty
    - Exhaust system blocked/narrowed
    - Foreign bodies in intake tract, this can lead to sporadic misfires on changing cylinders.

  3. 1 hour ago, J400 said:

    Hey Loren , would this diagram be the same as a boxter 2000 base . I too don’t have the diagram and having trouble with my radio , I’ve taken the face off for wire check and everything’s fine I’m starting to think it’s a fuse but no diagram .. 


    Yes, and MY200 Boxster.


    The radio also may have a separate in-line fuse. As well, the amp if you have one.

  4. 12 minutes ago, Artporsche said:

    I found that number written on the paper option tag on underside of the bonnet.  I did try it but it didn't work.  Do you have to hit enter after.

    thanks for the help.




    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.

    6 hours ago, piethein said:



    Trying to keep the 996.2 Bose system with Becker radio and the 2nd hand replacement unit came without codes.


    CR 22

    BE 4367






    This is your third request for a different radio code - please consider a donation to this site.


    Try 2649


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