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Hi Guys,

I replaced the battery on my car. Now I need a code for my stereo!

I have misplaced the card with the code and tried to call my local dealer but to no avail had any joy...

Please... all the help will be much appreciated..

Model CCR 22

Type BE6620

Serial 25002226

Thank you in advance...

:help:

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Unless you are lucky like me-I found mine written in biro on the top of the unit after removal-you will have to take it to Porsche so they can get the serial number and send of for the code. Wave goodbye to £40.

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Hi Guys,

I replaced the battery on my car. Now I need a code for my stereo!

I have misplaced the card with the code and tried to call my local dealer but to no avail had any joy...

Please... all the help will be much appreciated..

Model CCR 22

Type BE6620

Serial 25002226

Thank you in advance...

:help:

Please do not double or triple post. You posted this request THREE times.

Please re-read the board Rules/Guidelines.

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Sorry for the triple post....

Thanks guys, for all of your help...

I have a result...

Thank you again... :D :D

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Wave goodbye to £40.

All it took for me was a phone call to my dealer to give him the serial number. A few clicks on the computer and he read back my code. No charge, no hassle.

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Would anyone be able to help me with a CDR 220 code? It is Sunday here and the dealer is closed.

Radio Serial # 15075043

Type: 4462

Thanks!!!!

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With a radio serial number that ends in 5043 the junk decoder says the code is 5497. Based on the link if 5497 does not work then you try 5498 and if it does not work then 5499.

I have not looked at the radio owners manual in a long time but I think if you enter random codes or the wrong code 3 times in a row then you get locked out for a while.

If you get your radio to work then let us know the code that worked.

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5497 should work for the 4462 (CDR-220). For the BE6620 (CDR-22) if it is 5-digits it should be 38596.

Edited by rockymount1

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I PM'd him these three on Sunday but none of them worked; he had extracted the serial number from radio too. He was kind enough to tell me he had got a code from the dealer: 6509, go figure.

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Would anyone be able to help me with a CDR 210 code?

Becker CDR 210

Model-No. 2282

Serial-No T5001667

4-Digits

Thanks!!!!

Edited by FPR

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Would anyone be able to help me with a CDR 210 code?

Becker CDR 210

Model-No. 2282

Serial-No T5001667

4-Digits

Thanks!!!!

Serial number looks too short to me but give this a try: 8220

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Ok. I did the OBC hack yesterday and am pleased to report that it worked flawlessly. Now of course the radio is needing a code and calls to the previous owner, mechanic, etc have not turned up anything. I looked under the hood and in every manual.

So.

It's a Becker CDR 210.

Model No. BE 2282

Serial: V5010459

I'd love the magic code for this unit. Thanks in advance.

-bill

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We should make this a game show - guess the unlock code.

With a serial number ending in 0459 then the junk decoder says the code is 8760. If 8760 does not work then the theory is you try 8761, and if that does not work then 8762.

If none of the codes work then you are locked out for a while - and on your own.

With the 210 radio after you enter the code you must also press the toggle switch on the right with the 2 arrows on it.

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I can't believe I'm back asking for another code this fast but I found a CDR-220 on ebay and ordered a Blau/83NPUT cable for it so I could plug in an iPod and keep everything looking fairly stock.

Of course all promises of "code included" with the radio were completely false. Here are the specs on the new radio.

Type: CDR 220

Model No.: BE 6625

Serial No. 25015180

Thank you.

-b

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Hi guys,

Replaced my battery and now my code doesn't work, please rescue.. Thanks

Porsche CDR 210

T5001190

OLD CODE: 8498 (It doesn't work)

Thanks.

Gino

993

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Hi guys,

Replaced my battery and now my code doesn't work, please rescue.. Thanks

Porsche CDR 210

T5001190

OLD CODE: 8498 (It doesn't work)

Thanks.

Gino

993

Try 8500

or 8498

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I replaced my battery and I need a stereo code. Any help would be appreciated.

becker cr 210

s/n W501781

LOOKING FOR A 4 DIGIT CODE.

THANKS

jARROD

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I had the battery disconnected for transporting.

The radio does not ask for a code, can anyone help?

It just reads PORSCHE on and off

Type: CDR 23

Model #: BE 6612

Serial #: 25012194

6612HD025012194

Thanks

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