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Lost my code by replacing battery. I have the serial number it is v5005463. Please help

 

I do not understand why you posted 3 times and sent me two Personal Messages.

Apparently you did not read the part of the Lost Radio Code FAQ that says "Please DO NOT PM me or email me (or anyone else helping with the codes) your radio code request - we will only answer requests in that one thread."

 

Try 2180

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You have to hit the tuning button on the CR210 in order to "Input" the code.

If you do that and the code 2180 still does not work then your radio is one in 10,000 - that does work with the code. Sorry.

You will need to contact a Porsche dealer or Becker North America.

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Hi I got a new battery,and you probably know what i need help with radio code i have is 9612 but it doesnt work,can anybody please help. Becker cdr 220

It is type 4465

Serial # 15075065

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Hi I got a new battery,and you probably know what i need help with radio code i have is 9612 but it doesnt work,can anybody please help. Becker cdr 220

It is type 4465

Serial # 15075065

 

Try 9259

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Hi, please i need code for radio

Porsche Cayenne

Model no: BE6635

Serial no: 45042977

VERY VERY THX

 

Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQ

 

"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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Hi,

I was toying with my stereo (thinknig of changing it) and removed the rear plugs without thinking. Now its asking for a code.  :oops:

It is a Becker CDR22. Model no. BE 4467 Serial no. 15038590

 

Many thanks

:blush:

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Hi,

I was toying with my stereo (thinknig of changing it) and removed the rear plugs without thinking. Now its asking for a code.  :oops:

It is a Becker CDR22. Model no. BE 4467 Serial no. 15038590

 

Many thanks

:blush:

 

Try 5714

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Oh great and powerful Loren ...

CDR-210

R 3297

W5024890  (maybe the "5" is an "S"?)

 

 

LV

 

Try 7106

 

 

Nailed it in 1.  This garage be a rockin!   Thanks Loren!

 

LV

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Kind sir,

 

after a battery replacement, I need your help!

 

2001 996  Carrera 2

CDR 220

Model # 4462

Serial # Y5054325

 

Thanks

 

Marvin

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Kind sir,

 

after a battery replacement, I need your help!

 

2001 996  Carrera 2

CDR 220

Model # 4462

Serial # Y5054325

 

Thanks

 

Marvin

 

Try 3097

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I just got a 02 996TT via a Chevy Dealer in a tiny town in Minnesota. I guess they wanted  to keep the car "safe" so they disconnected the battery and nobody has the code card or notes.

 

Becker CR 220

Model 4362

Ser # 15003427

 

Thank you, Loren!

Edited by techweenie

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Kind sir,

 

after a battery replacement, I need your help!

 

2001 996  Carrera 2

CDR 220

Model # 4462

Serial # Y5054325

 

Thanks

 

Marvin

 

Try 3097

 

 

Many thanks, worked like a charm.

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I'm new to Renntech so I hope I'm in the right place to ask question about radio.  I recently purchased a 1998 Porsche Boxter with an after market radio however the original radio was with the car but no radio code,  Radio #CDR210, Model #EE2262, Serial # W5019267.  Any help would be appreciated,  Also if anyone knows how to bench test the radio to make sure it works.  Many thanks, Jim

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I'm new to Renntech so I hope I'm in the right place to ask question about radio.  I recently purchased a 1998 Porsche Boxter with an after market radio however the original radio was with the car but no radio code,  Radio #CDR210, Model #EE2262, Serial # W5019267.  Any help would be appreciated,  Also if anyone knows how to bench test the radio to make sure it works.  Many thanks, Jim

 

Try 1434

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