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My 2002 996 is asking for my radio code. Type: CDR220, Model: BE 6625. Serial No. 15001710

Thanks!!

-John

Try 8563

You are the MAN! Thank you so much!

-John

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Newbie to this forum and issue. So I've read the FAQ's section and this question is in regards to the "WAIT" option. I've had this show up after entering the wrong code while I was driving and had driven well over an hour. The word still shows up after that trip so is there anything you can do to bypass this and enter another code or do I have to wait until the radio unit deems it's been enough time.

Thanks for your help and support.

J.Harris

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Newbie to this forum and issue. So I've read the FAQ's section and this question is in regards to the "WAIT" option. I've had this show up after entering the wrong code while I was driving and had driven well over an hour. The word still shows up after that trip so is there anything you can do to bypass this and enter another code or do I have to wait until the radio unit deems it's been enough time.

Thanks for your help and support.

J.Harris

So you read the FAQ? Then you must have missed this part...

"I get a WAIT in the display - what do I do?

You have to wait 1 hour - with the radio on and ignition switch on (or the car running)."

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Newbie to this forum and issue. So I've read the FAQ's section and this question is in regards to the "WAIT" option. I've had this show up after entering the wrong code while I was driving and had driven well over an hour. The word still shows up after that trip so is there anything you can do to bypass this and enter another code or do I have to wait until the radio unit deems it's been enough time.

Thanks for your help and support.

J.Harris

So you read the FAQ? Then you must have missed this part...

"I get a WAIT in the display - what do I do?

You have to wait 1 hour - with the radio on and ignition switch on (or the car running)."

I'm sure I read that part as my post said "I've driven the car more than an hour" that was suggested in the section. Maybe I wasn't clear on whether I had the unit on or not but I did have it on looking at it hoping things would change. And I don't guess I should that your response so abrasively since you're trying to help. So my question still remains, is there anything you can do IF you've meet the requirements for restart/resetting your code if this times out.

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Cycle the key start over. I connect a battery charger turn the key and radio on. Then I go for an hour lunch

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Anyway, I have the codes from the radio and finally it recycled to the screen for code input.

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser # 15008066

24/99 ??

CDPP081

Hope this can get me in so I can enjoy something other than the engine purr and wind in my hair!!

Have a great day Sir's!!!

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Anyway, I have the codes from the radio and finally it recycled to the screen for code input.

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser # 15008066

24/99 ??

CDPP081

Hope this can get me in so I can enjoy something other than the engine purr and wind in my hair!!

Have a great day Sir's!!!

Try 5213

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Anyway, I have the codes from the radio and finally it recycled to the screen for code input.

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser # 15008066

24/99 ??

CDPP081

Hope this can get me in so I can enjoy something other than the engine purr and wind in my hair!!

Have a great day Sir's!!!

Try 5213

I'll give this a try in the a.m. Thanks for the speedy response. This is one of the best sites I've visited so far for Porsche enthusiasts.

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Hello

Can someone please help me retrieve the code?

Becker CDR 210

Serial: W5024214

R3297

I do love how my car roars, but it's just not the same without some music. Thanks in advance!

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Hello

Can someone please help me retrieve the code?

Becker CDR 210

Serial: W5024214

R3297

I do love how my car roars, but it's just not the same without some music. Thanks in advance!

Try 5040

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Anyway, I have the codes from the radio and finally it recycled to the screen for code input.

Becker 1

Type 4462

Ser # 15008066

24/99 ??

CDPP081

Hope this can get me in so I can enjoy something other than the engine purr and wind in my hair!!

Have a great day Sir's!!!

Try 5213

You sir are a Wiz!! I can't thank you enough for the help.

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Hello

Can someone please help me retrieve the code?

Becker CDR 210

Serial: W5024214

R3297

I do love how my car roars, but it's just not the same without some music. Thanks in advance!

Try 5040

It works! Thanks again!

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Hi! My mom just had her battery replaced the 2002 boxster she got for her 50th birthday several years ago. I'd be really excited to get the code up and working for her, gathered some info:

Becker CDR 220
type BE 4462
serial # 15000263

Thanks so much! I'd really appreciate being able to help her out!

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Hi! My mom just had her battery replaced the 2002 boxster she got for her 50th birthday several years ago. I'd be really excited to get the code up and working for her, gathered some info:

Becker CDR 220

type BE 4462

serial # 15000263

Thanks so much! I'd really appreciate being able to help her out!

Try 6541

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Hi! My mom just had her battery replaced the 2002 boxster she got for her 50th birthday several years ago. I'd be really excited to get the code up and working for her, gathered some info:

Becker CDR 220

type BE 4462

serial # 15000263

Thanks so much! I'd really appreciate being able to help her out!

Try 6541

Thanks so much!! Worked perfectly. My mother is truly astounded..."That's amazing!This completely restores my faith in humanity. I can't believe somebody would just do that for you."

Thanks again, much appreciated!

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My mechanic unplugged the battery during recent maintenance work and I now need a code for the radio.

Car= 1997 993

Radio = CR-210

Radio serial number = S(or 5?)1002629

Thanks!!

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My mechanic unplugged the battery during recent maintenance work and I now need a code for the radio.

Car= 1997 993

Radio = CR-210

Radio serial number = S(or 5?)1002629

Thanks!!

Try 4141

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Radio Code Please (I changed my battery) Year: 2001 Boxster S Radio: CDR 220 Becker1 type:4462 SN:W5011895 Thanks in advance!!!

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