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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Okay, I just recently disconnected the battery, and after reconnecting, I tried both of those and they don't work, perhaps my serial number is actually W5018669? Would that yield different results? The digital display makes it weird to decipher the serial number. Again, thanks in advance!

Hello Kojiro

Your serial number is showing as

unrecognised.

Please remove your stereo from the dash

and post the serial number printed on

the label or stamped on the metal casing.

Post the details here.

Cheers.

Edit:

Sent messege to friend regarding

SN provided, not showing on my system.

Friend reckons code should be 9513 for SN provided.

Failing that, previous comments apply.

Edited by Bruce2010
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Hi Loren...same problem...new battery no code. CR220 Y5023624. Thanks in advance for your help. bill

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Hi: Just replaced battery and radio is locked! Please help with code; 1999 Boxster with CR220 Serial # W5003014

Thanks VERY much in advance

Try 8727

let me know how you get on.

Cheers.

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Hi: Just replaced battery and radio is locked! Please help with code; 1999 Boxster with CR220 Serial # W5003014

Thanks VERY much in advance

Try 8727

let me know how you get on.

Cheers.

WORKED!!! Thank you, thank you. Saved a trip to my awful Porsche dealer.

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2000 boxster

cr220

y5034920 serial

would be greatly appreciated!!

Try code 7346

let me know how get on....

Cheers.

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Hey guys,

Greatly appreciate your help on this - new battery, no radio!

2001 996TT

6 speed, black, USA

CDR-220

Serial: 15089074

Thanks,

Edmund

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Hey guys,

Greatly appreciate your help on this - new battery, no radio!

2001 996TT

6 speed, black, USA

CDR-220

Serial: 15089074

Thanks,

Edmund

Try 1905

or

1903

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Okay, I just recently disconnected the battery, and after reconnecting, I tried both of those and they don't work, perhaps my serial number is actually W5018669? Would that yield different results? The digital display makes it weird to decipher the serial number. Again, thanks in advance!

Get the real serial number using the procedure in the FAQ.

radiope.jpg

I wasn't making it up. tongue.gif

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Okay, I just recently disconnected the battery, and after reconnecting, I tried both of those and they don't work, perhaps my serial number is actually W5018669? Would that yield different results? The digital display makes it weird to decipher the serial number. Again, thanks in advance!

Get the real serial number using the procedure in the FAQ.

radiope.jpg

I wasn't making it up. tongue.gif

Ok, those are two numbers that come up for me.

You can try add or subtract process mentioned in the FAQ or perhaps Bruce2010 has a number for you...

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hi loren , same problem ,no code

CDR-220

Becker

Type 4462

Ser 25013203

24/99

thanks in advance

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All these years, finally lost my radio card and a radio key set! The Becker 1 is Type 4462, Ser. No. 15063894, 24/99.

Where might I get a new key set, too?

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All these years, finally lost my radio card and a radio key set! The Becker 1 is Type 4462, Ser. No. 15063894, 24/99.

Where might I get a new key set, too?

Try 6823

or

6821

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Amazon sells the keys - don't pay over $5.50

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001684WEU?tag=renntechorg-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B001684WEU&adid=05PDFVG7DYZRKS2HJ9E7&

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I have a 2002 996 TT, Becker 1, 4462, sn. Y5043212. Installed a battery yesterday and get nothing but a WAIT message on the radio. The code that came with my car says 8291 but it didn't work.

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I have a 2002 996 TT, Becker 1, 4462, sn. Y5043212. Installed a battery yesterday and get nothing but a WAIT message on the radio. The code that came with my car says 8291 but it didn't work.

Use code 8 2 9 4

Switch your ignition key to the 'ACC' position

'accessory position' where battery light shows

on dashboard.

Power up radio - leave undisturbed - without

touching any buttons. (Touching any buttons will

reset timer from beginning again)

The radio will reset allowing for another code

entry.

Refer to FAQ for further information.

And... let me know how you get on...

Cheers.

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Hey guys,

Greatly appreciate your help on this - new battery, no radio!

2001 996TT

6 speed, black, USA

CDR-220

Serial: 15089074

Thanks,

Edmund

Try 1905

or

1903

Cheers Loren, 1907 worked for me. Thank you!

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