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My turn!

Any chance you can help me too?

Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser# 15001704

Thanks in advance!

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My turn!

Any chance you can help me too?

Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser# 15001704

Thanks in advance!

Try 8515

Thanks so much! It woked!

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Loren,

Thought I was covered for the radio code.

I had one number on the original card and a different number listed by the Durametric software as the radio code.

Neither works. I guess the PO changed the radio - twice maybe?

2001 Boxster

CDR220

Type 4462

Serial 15075690

24/99

Thanks for the help.

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Loren,

Thought I was covered for the radio code.

I had one number on the original card and a different number listed by the Durametric software as the radio code.

Neither works. I guess the PO changed the radio - twice maybe?

2001 Boxster

CDR220

Type 4462

Serial 15075690

24/99

Thanks for the help.

Fairly common for a Porsche tech to change out the radio and give the card to the owner - then they lose it and the only one left is the old one.

Try 0979

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Loren,

Thought I was covered for the radio code.

I had one number on the original card and a different number listed by the Durametric software as the radio code.

Neither works. I guess the PO changed the radio - twice maybe?

2001 Boxster

CDR220

Type 4462

Serial 15075690

24/99

Thanks for the help.

Fairly common for a Porsche tech to change out the radio and give the card to the owner - then they lose it and the only one left is the old one.

Try 0979

Awesome. It worked! Thank you!

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I have a 2001 Boxster S with the radio locked up due to a dead battery. I am the second owner, when purchased it did not include the radio code card.

Radio Unit is a Becker CDR 220

Model Number BE 6625

Serial Number 15008757

Thanks in advance for any assistance that you can provide.

Will Gray

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I have a 2001 Boxster S with the radio locked up due to a dead battery. I am the second owner, when purchased it did not include the radio code card.

Radio Unit is a Becker CDR 220

Model Number BE 6625

Serial Number 15008757

Thanks in advance for any assistance that you can provide.

Will Gray

Try 1549 ........

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Hey Loren,

Got another for you.

Becker CDR220

Type: 4462

Serial: x5025206

48/98

Thanks in advance.

Try 4786

Brilliant! That did the trick, thanks!

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Loren:

Had to charge dead battery on a used Carrera purchased last year. I don't have the code. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Radio is a Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser is 15004462

24/99

Thanks,

Grant Turnbull

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Loren:

Had to charge dead battery on a used Carrera purchased last year. I don't have the code. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Radio is a Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser is 15004462

24/99

Thanks,

Grant Turnbull

Try 1362

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Loren:

Had to charge dead battery on a used Carrera purchased last year. I don't have the code. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Radio is a Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser is 15004462

24/99

Thanks,

Grant Turnbull

Try 1362

Thanks, it worked. I have been fooling with this for a couple of weeks. I'm thrilled I found you / this forum

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Hey Loren,

Hope you can help me out with this one! Just got my car back from my mechanic...and he disconnected the battery...so my radio is out :(

After I followed your instructions, here's what I got:

CDR - 210

R3297

Serial Number: W5022168

Hope this helps/hope you can me out!

Thanks!!

waldo

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Hey Loren,

Hope you can help me out with this one! Just got my car back from my mechanic...and he disconnected the battery...so my radio is out :(

After I followed your instructions, here's what I got:

CDR - 210

R3297

Serial Number: W5022168

Hope this helps/hope you can me out!

Thanks!!

waldo

Try 4548

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Hey Loren,

Hope you can help me out with this one! Just got my car back from my mechanic...and he disconnected the battery...so my radio is out :(

After I followed your instructions, here's what I got:

CDR - 210

R3297

Serial Number: W5022168

Hope this helps/hope you can me out!

Thanks!!

waldo

Try 4548

You're a god send Loren! Thanks!!! :-)

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Just bought the car and I didnt get a code.

2002 turbo

CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser: x5025205

48/98

Thanks!

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Ahhh! Darn it. Pulled the car out of storage. Dead battery. Previous apparently removed the radio code car.

Any help greatly appreciated -- in fact I'll happily donate another $25 donation to the site if I can get the code. Will save me many times that in dealership visit!

· 2002

· 996 Standard

· Tiptronic

· USA

* Becker 4362

* SN 15005178

Thanks for bailing me out!

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Ahhh! Darn it. Pulled the car out of storage. Dead battery. Previous apparently removed the radio code car.

Any help greatly appreciated -- in fact I'll happily donate another $25 donation to the site if I can get the code. Will save me many times that in dealership visit!

· 2002

· 996 Standard

· Tiptronic

· USA

* Becker 4362

* SN 15005178

Thanks for bailing me out!

Try 0978

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Yet another request for a lost radio code:

1998 Boxster

I tried the recommended suggestion of pressing 8 and zero simultaneously.

Model is a CDR-210

Becker

Serial # W5020845

Thank you !

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