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Bruce2010

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About Bruce2010

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  1. @ teeerex .... your code 8789 @ SValdez .... your code 4308
  2. Just one other thought... the radio is allowing you to enter code?, i.e four stars appear like **** and it is not showing 'WAIT" Sometimes radios will 'time lock', in which case you need to leave radio powered on with ignition to 'accessory' position to reset. Failing any of those problems above... definately a job for the radio decoder. Sorry
  3. OK.... firstly the code given is the correct original code for your serial number. You need to check your serial number, from the label attached to the metal casing. I suspect you have provided the correct serial number, and it is probably the case that the radio has been re-coded to another code in the past. The code is stored in eeprom 24c02, and if you have an eeprom programmer to read the memory contents, I can provide a code from this... If you don't have the equipment to read eeproms, then a radio decoder in your area will be able to help you.. Cheers.
  4. I'm confused... Have you tried code 9276 before, and it has not worked?
  5. Try 9276 .............. let us know how you get on :)
  6. Your radio ..is not coded, in that it needs to have a code entered by the user. The radio is IMMO coded and will only work if connected to the original vehicle... :) See FAQ:
  7. Should request the 5-digit code Use 15126 ... :)
  8. Is it possible to get the unlock code for my CDR22 from the serial number or will I have to pay the dealership? .... Try 9859 ............
  9. @ NL boxster For CR220 S/N W5010364 Try 0834 ...............
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