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Hi Loren,

the code below did not work. So today I visited my Porsche dealer. The correct code is 9813. So you nearly hit it. :-)

Best regards,

Christian

Hi Loren,

the preowner of my 996 Cabrio lost the code card.

It would be very nice, if you can help me out.

2002 996 Cabrio 3.6

Porsche CR 220 (Becker)

Type 4362

SER. 25006797

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

Christian

Try 8813

or

8811

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Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Loren,

Can you help me out with a code for my CDR-210

S/N W5O20048

R3297

My battery went dead and I bought the 98 Boxster used without a radio code card. I have tried many of the codes listed on the post but no luck. The dealership want big bucks to get it. Can you help, I would be very appreciative.

Best,

Chris

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Loren,

Can you help me out with a code for my CDR-210

S/N W5O20048

R3297

My battery went dead and I bought the 98 Boxster used without a radio code card. I have tried many of the codes listed on the post but no luck. The dealership want big bucks to get it. Can you help, I would be very appreciative.

Best,

Chris

Try 0384

or

0382

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Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Can you help me find my lost radio code?

'02 Boxster S

Model: CDR 220

Type: 4362

Ser: 1500 1907

Thanks!

--steve

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Hi, swapped out battery, but got the radio info first:

2001 boxster

type 4462

ser y5047378

24/99

Looking for a possible code,

Thanks

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Hi, swapped out battery, but got the radio info first:

2001 boxster

type 4462

ser y5047378

24/99

Looking for a possible code,

Thanks

Try 2950

or

2948

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

thanks, but no luck with those

Did you read the FAQ?

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Hi, swapped out battery, but got the radio info first:

2001 boxster

type 4462

ser y5047378

24/99

Looking for a possible code,

Thanks

Try 2950

or

2948

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

thanks, but no luck with those

Did you read the FAQ?

Hi, sorry, I did (reread) the FAQ, and had somehow missed the paragraph on ... if the two codes don' work....

Thanks

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