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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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Hey you really are a gem doing this.

Can you give me a code for a 1997 Boxster, CDR210, R1097, VSO12409. I hope this is the details you are after i followed your instructions which worked perfectly, again thank you and please help.

****Loren, sorry the 0810 / 0812 code isnt working any other i could try? *****

thanks

There is not another try - PLEASE read the FAQ.

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I too need A radio code for a 2002 boxster,2.7 & 5speed. US

CDR220

Type 4462

serial # 15006403

Any help appreciated!

Try 6924

or

6922

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thanks but they didn't work, I also tried 6920 & 6926. Any other codes I could try?

PLEASE read the FAQ.

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Hi,

Hope you can help...

Lost radio code

2002 Boxster

Becker 1

Type 4362

Ser: 15003359

Thank you

Try 6638

or

6636

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thank you. I tried 6638, did not work and this was my last try. I will try 6636 as soon as the code prompt comes back. I haven't driven much lately. thanks again.

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Hi Loren,

I am re-installing a CR-210 in my '98.

Model: BE 2182

Serial #:5004981

Regards, and many thanks in advance!

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Hi Loren. I'm going to replace a window regulator today and realized that I don't have my code. I'm not sure what happened to it!

The car is a 2002 Carrera 4S.

Here's the information:

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser 25017172

Thanks very much for the help with this!

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Hi Loren. I'm going to replace a window regulator today and realized that I don't have my code. I'm not sure what happened to it!

The car is a 2002 Carrera 4S.

Here's the information:

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser 25017172

Thanks very much for the help with this!

Try 0550

or

0548

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Hi Loren. I'm going to replace a window regulator today and realized that I don't have my code. I'm not sure what happened to it!

The car is a 2002 Carrera 4S.

Here's the information:

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser 25017172

Thanks very much for the help with this!

Try 0550

or

0548

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Will do! Thanks!

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Replaced Battery and *sigh* need my code.

2001 996 C4

--------------------

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Ser #: 15086887

24/99

Thanks!

Val

Edited by DonkeyWorx

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Mine didn't work on my first attempt. It is now on "WAIT". I'll monkey around with it a little more and see if I can get it to go. The good news is - the window regulator replacement was a success.

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Hey Guys,

Can you please help get my code as well

CDR220 Becker1

Type: 4462

Ser: 15061856

Thanks

Hakim

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Replaced Battery and *sigh* need my code.

2001 996 C4

--------------------

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Ser #: 15086887

24/99

Thanks!

Val

Try 3117

or

3115

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Loren,

3117 and 3115 did not work.

Any more numbers to try?

Thanks!

PLEASE read the FAQ.

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Hi Loren,

I just got a brand new second hand 996! Yay! In fixing the other issues I discovered I needed the radio code...

Becker CR220

Type 4362

S# 15002186

Thanks in advance!

Mark

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Hi there, i dont own the car but a friend has just contacted me and asked me if i could find him an unlock code, he said his battery died or something i dont know hehe.

he has no internet so he asked me and this is the only place i could find.

the only info i have is that its a -

CDR 220

serial #E7077511

Edited by shaddes

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