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  1. Sorry for the confusion. I gave you the wrong serial number the day before yesterday. The last serial number was wrong. My radio is a Becker CDR 220 TYPE 4462 Serial # y5038758 Sorry for making an efforts twice!! Thank you so much in advance.
  2. I have no radio code for my new preowned becker radio. please let me know the code number. CDR 220 Serial # y5038750 Thanks in advance for your kindness. woojae
  3. Hi Loren, I have a becker radio that i don't know the unlock code. I believe you can help me and I can use my becker radio. I realy appreciate for your kind. Thank you!!! Type: CR 2200 Model No : BE4466 Serial No : 15020411 12 Volt EC : 112 PORSCHE 996.645.127.00
  4. I realy apreciate!! It worked perfectly!!! Thanks so much for providing the code !!!
  5. I have a 1996 993 turbo with the radio locked up due to a dead battery. I also have called the Porsche dealer but he could not give me the code number eventhough he tried . Becker CR220 Type 4362 Ser# 15003263 Thanks a lot in advance!
  6. I purchased this 1996 993 turbo from a person and it was owned by several persons. I have since recieved my car from the former owner but when I gave power to the audio I should put the password to unlock the cd player. There is a radio code number and books in the car, but the code does not work. So I think that the audio may be repladed with a new one. Is there any way to know the radio code number whitout replacing a new audio? Thanks!!
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