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Gary Knox

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    1989 Porsche 928 S4 manual
    1994 Porsche 928 GTS auto
  1. Loren, Porsche radio - CDR-220, I have lost the code. Porsche part number: 996.645.126.00 Becker radio - model BE4462 Serial number - 15086190 Thank you for your wonderful service. Gary Knox
  2. Loren, I need the code for a CDR-220 Becker radio. Model # BE4462 Serial # X5029898 Thank you for your help. Gary--
  3. Loren, Code card is lost, and power to radio has been disconnected. Becker CDR 220 radio Model: BE 4462 Serial No: X5025291 Thanks for your help. Gary
  4. Loren, Need a code for CDR 220 radio, Model # 4462. Serial # is: X5021925 I'd appreciate the code, if you are able to provide it. THANK YOU in advance. Gary Knox Loren: BINGO!! Thank you very much. Number recorded and won't ever be without it again. Gary--
  5. Loren, Becker CDR-210 radio. Becker model number BE 2282A - I believe. Serial number is W5017741. Lost radio code card, and it is now inoperative, can you please get me the code? THANK YOU Gary Knox
  6. ABE, GREAT write-up. Many thanks for doing that. I sent you a PM about it. Gary Knox
  7. Loren, I have a Porsche 928 with a Porsche CD-2 radio, vintage early 90's. The info on the back of the radio is: S.No PO CD-2 A 09 15476 B 0 0915476 B Can you give me some clues about the code for this radio? THANKS, Gary Knox
  8. Loren, I have a becker radio in my Mercedes that doesn't have a code, and I need to "restart it". It is a Becker Audio 30 radio, Model number 4705, and the serial number is Y1030603. Can you help me out with the code? Thanks, Gary Knox
  9. Try 0799 Loren, 0799 will not work, as this radio only has 6 buttons, with digits 1 through 6. Any other suggestions (it is either a Blaupunkt or Alpine radio, I understand). Thanks Gary Knox Sorry, I have tried the decoders I have and the only one that will accept that serial number gives 0799. Sorry. Loren, THANKS anyway, I appreciate your effort. I'll try other searches. Gary Knox
  10. Try 0799 Loren, 0799 will not work, as this radio only has 6 buttons, with digits 1 through 6. Any other suggestions (it is either a Blaupunkt or Alpine radio, I understand). Thanks Gary Knox
  11. Loren, I have the serial number for the Porsche CD-2 radio. On the back metal panel, the following is inscribed: S/NO PO CD-2 A 03 13943 B 0 03 13943 A Hope this may be helpful in getting a code number, or a start on one at least!! Thanks again for your help. Gary Knox
  12. Loren, I have the serial number for the Porsche CD-2 radio. On the back metal panel, the following is inscribed: S/NO PO CD-2 A 03 13943 B 0 03 13943 A Hope this may be helpful in getting a code number, or a start on one at least!! Thanks again for your help. Gary Knox
  13. \Bruno, You can upgrade the rear braking on a 928 by changing the bias valve ( it is on the left fender inside the engine compartment, a round cylinder in the brake line about where the PS fluid reservoir is). Most come OE with an 18 bar valve. 33 bar, 45 bar and 55 bar are available. 45 bar is out of production, but you might be able to find one. 33's and 55's are readily available from 928 International and 928 Specialists (www.928intl.com, and www.928gt.com respectively in the US, or Porsche dealers, obviously). Gary Knox
  14. Loren, Becker CDR 220, Model 4462. Serial # is: X5021915. Need code. THANKS for your help. Gary
  15. Loren, This radio, made which I find was made by Alpine, rather than Blaupunkt requires 5 digits for the code. Don't have the serial #, unfortunately. I'd appreciate any help you can give. Thank you for all you do for us. Gary Knox
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