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    2000 986
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    1970 911T
    1970 911S
    1974 911
    1963 356 Coupe
  1. I got three radio codes with my car... one in the manual, one noted on a repair invoice, and one written on the radio, and of course none of them work. Here is the data: Becker CDR 220 BE4462 W5008917 Thanks very much, Tom F.
  2. Getting ready to do the Becker audio cable mod for theCDR 220. Got the parts from Becker, but wondering if I actually have to disconnect the CDR from power because....of course the prior owner of the vehicle has not provided any radio code info. Thoughts? Thanks
  3. Just following the directions this all went well for me, maybe 45 minutes, much of it spent actually locating the trim and spinlock bolt locations. Move the seats fully forward if it hasn't been mentioned already. To insert the clamping screw I used the 5mm Eklin T-handled wobble wrench #64850 as recommended on the Boxster Wiki and it was all pretty smooth. The baggie trick is great and I'm sure I'll find other uses for it as life goes on. Note that when you remove the driver's side trim the defroster cable comes with it; no need to detach it, just place it in the footwell. Replacing the trim pieces took the most time of all the steps, I lowered the top again to get better access. The next day I drove over and picked up the top. It took a bit of jiggling to get things in place, maybe five minutes. but all seems good. Signficant difference in road noise, my car is a 2000 base with the single layer fabric top. Thanks for the write up.
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