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Got it! I got the following results: Type: 4462; Serial # &5042555. Then upon further turning the knob to the right: 24/99 and then CDW Reset. Hopefully this is all you need to help me find the 4-digit radio code! This is a 2000 Boxster, 5-speed manual transmission, Arctic Silver w Black interior, US, 6-cylinder engine, 2.5 liter displacement, Thanks! Barbara

I have a 2000 Boxster with a CR 220 radio/cassette. The battery was changed and I need the radio code. The serial number of the radio: CDC-3 Y1052323. Please help!! Thanks, Barbara[/size][/size][/size]

CDC-3 is CD Changer not the radio.

Please review the Lost Radio Code FAQhere

Try 9150

Thanks!! It worked!! Your help is very much appreciated! Barbara

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Hi,

I did the ignition switch repair last night on my 2002 911 Carrera. I then found out I didn't have the radio card in my owner's manuals. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Becker 1

Type 4462

S/N: 25016601

24/99 ?

Thanks so much

Landon

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Hi,

I did the ignition switch repair last night on my 2002 911 Carrera. I then found out I didn't have the radio card in my owner's manuals. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Becker 1

Type 4462

S/N: 25016601

24/99 ?

Thanks so much

Landon

Try 9262

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Hi Loren... looks like you're the radio code Queen :) would appreciate your help after changing batteries.

2001 Boxster 2.7 5-speed

Becker CR220

Type 4362

Serial Y5023005

Thanks much in advance...

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Hi Loren... looks like you're the radio code Queen King :) would appreciate your help after changing batteries.

2001 Boxster 2.7 5-speed

Becker CR220

Type 4362

Serial Y5023005

Thanks much in advance...

Note correction above...

Try 5071

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Hi Loren,

Another sad soul looking for a radio code for the CDR-220.

Type 4462

Serial Number Y5035507

Thanks in advance

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Hi Loren... looks like you're the radio code Queen King :) would appreciate your help after changing batteries.

2001 Boxster 2.7 5-speed

Becker CR220

Type 4362

Serial Y5023005

Thanks much in advance...

Note correction above...

Try 5071

My sincerest apologies for that grave error and misguided assumption...

You da man... :)

Thanks so much, worked perfectly!!!

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Hello, :notworthy: I'm locking for my code

CDR23

model # BE 6612

Serial # 35051136

Thank you for your time and info!

Your radio ..is not coded, in that it needs to have a code entered by the user. The radio is IMMO coded and will only work if connected to the original vehicle... :)

See FAQ:

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Hello, :notworthy: I'm locking for my code

CDR23

model # BE 6612

Serial # 35051136

Thank you for your time and info!

Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQhere

The CDR-23 does not require a code (as stated in the FAQ).

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Greetings,

Becker CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser# Y5043528

Thank you

Edited by Cicero

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Hi, i just bought a 2005 996 Turbo S with Nav and I didn't get any radio code. Can I get a code for it?

PCM 3.0 ( PCM 2 OS 3)

System Software 3.0

Device Type 6632

Serial Number: 45047756

Thanks!

Edited by Sam996TTS

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Hi, i just bought a 2005 996 Turbo S with Nav and I didn't get any radio code. Can I get a code for it?

PCM 3.0 ( PCM 2 OS 3)

System Software 3.0

Device Type 6632

Serial Number: 45047756

Thanks!

Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQhere

"Can you give me a code for my PCM?

These units are manufactured jointly by Siemens and Becker, and the only place where you can get the codes required is from the dealer/ OPC. The PCM’s require two codes, the ICS/Siemens code and a Becker code. The ICS is the first code requested.

Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM code is from a dealer/ OPC."

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I got three radio codes with my car... one in the manual, one noted on a repair invoice, and one written on the radio, and of course none of them work. Here is the data:

Becker CDR 220

BE4462

W5008917

Thanks very much,

Tom F.

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I got three radio codes with my car... one in the manual, one noted on a repair invoice, and one written on the radio, and of course none of them work. Here is the data:

Becker CDR 220

BE4462

W5008917

Thanks very much,

Tom F.

Try 3482

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      Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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