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How to get your radio to display the serial number has been covered here many times. As well you can download the manual here.

Please do a search...

Learn something new everyday switch on hold down TP for 10 seconds. would'nt have found it without this forum many thanks.Could'nt find how to do it in the radio manual that came with the car.

Becker 1

type 4467

Serial no Y5026921

24/99

Try 6971

or

6973

My car stereo went silence as I changed battery a few weeks ago. Have been trying to get hold of the radio code through the used dealer I bought it from but no luck. I'd appreciate some help. here is the radio data:

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5040494

24/99

Thanks / Per

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My car stereo went silence as I changed battery a few weeks ago. Have been trying to get hold of the radio code through the used dealer I bought it from but no luck. I'd appreciate some help. here is the radio data:

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5040494

24/99

Thanks / Per

Try 9038

or

9040

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How to get your radio to display the serial number has been covered here many times. As well you can download the manual here.

Please do a search...

Learn something new everyday switch on hold down TP for 10 seconds. would'nt have found it without this forum many thanks.Could'nt find how to do it in the radio manual that came with the car.

Becker 1

type 4467

Serial no Y5026921

24/99

Try 6971

or

6973

Many thanks Loren

as an update to help others those 2 codes didnt work but 6974 did

Russ

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My car stereo went silence as I changed battery a few weeks ago. Have been trying to get hold of the radio code through the used dealer I bought it from but no luck. I'd appreciate some help. here is the radio data:

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5040494

24/99

Thanks / Per

Try 9038

or

9040

Thanks. Tried it but it didn't work. :(

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My car stereo went silence as I changed battery a few weeks ago. Have been trying to get hold of the radio code through the used dealer I bought it from but no luck. I'd appreciate some help. here is the radio data:

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5040494

24/99

Thanks / Per

Try 9038

or

9040

Thanks. Tried it but it didn't work. :(

My program does not always work. It works maybe 95% of the time but I have no expanation why it doesn't always work.

At this point you will need to contact a dealer or Becker. Becker charges to lookup your code and some dealers do too.

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My car stereo went silence as I changed battery a few weeks ago. Have been trying to get hold of the radio code through the used dealer I bought it from but no luck. I'd appreciate some help. here is the radio data:

Becker 1

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5040494

24/99

Thanks / Per

Try 9038

or

9040

Thanks. Tried it but it didn't work. :(

My program does not always work. It works maybe 95% of the time but I have no expanation why it doesn't always work.

At this point you will need to contact a dealer or Becker. Becker charges to lookup your code and some dealers do too.

No worries. I appreciate you trying. :)

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Radio Code Please (I changed my battery)

Year: 2001 Boxster S

Engine: 3.2

Trans: M

Radio: CR220

Becker1

BE:4362

SN: 15050274

Thanks in advance!!!

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Can you please give me the radio code.

2000 Boxster S

Its a Becker Type 4462

My Serial No. is X5027144

Thanks in advance

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Can you please give me the radio code.

2000 Boxster S

Its a Becker Type 4462

My Serial No. is X5027144

Thanks in advance

Why do you post AND send me a PM requesting your code?

Try 9507

or

9509

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Can you please give me the radio code.

2000 Boxster S

Its a Becker Type 4462

My Serial No. is X5027144

Thanks in advance

Why do you post AND send me a PM requesting your code?

Try 9507

or

9509

Neither 9507 or 9509 worked

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Can you please give me the radio code.

2000 Boxster S

Its a Becker Type 4462

My Serial No. is X5027144

Thanks in advance

Why do you post AND send me a PM requesting your code?

Try 9507

or

9509

Neither 9507 or 9509 worked

My program does not always work. It works maybe 95% of the time but I have no explanation why it doesn't always work.

At this point you will need to contact a dealer or Becker. Becker charges to lookup your code and some dealers do too.

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Bummer, those didn't work. :angry:

Need radio code help, please.

2000 Boxster S

4462 Becker

Serial X5036586

Thank you!

Jack

Try 5554

or

5556

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I have a 2001 Porsche 996 C4 Cabriolet with a Becker CDR220 (model # BE4462, serial # Y5050205) and need the unlock code. Can anyone help?

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I have the same problem....

My car is a boxster with a CDR-210

the Serial # is V5015340

with a R3297 that I have no idea what represents

Can anybody help!

Thanks

Loren

I'm going crazyyyyy driving to work 1 1/2 hr each way without a radio

please, help!!!!!

Edited by porsche101

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Hi, could I get the code for a

Becker

CDR 220

BE 4462

SN: X5028742

EC: 111

I had to replace the ignition switch and lost the power to the radio.

Thanks Alot...

2000 Porsche Boxster....

Edited by bullseye3

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Loren

Hope you can help me out as well. Never had my code but have a good excuse for disconeccting my battery. I'm currently swapping my 3.6l for a 997s 3.8l.

Becker cdr 220 ser# 15008521

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You

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Loren

Hope you can help me out as well. Never had my code but have a good excuse for disconeccting my battery. I'm currently swapping my 3.6l for a 997s 3.8l.

Becker cdr 220 ser# 15008521

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You

Try 1574

or

1576

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PLEASE HELP!!!

I need a 4 digit code for my 1999 boxster radio.

BECKER 1

TYPE: 4462

SERIAL #: W5008265

Thanks in advance.

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PLEASE HELP!!!

I need a 4 digit code for my 1999 boxster radio.

BECKER 1

TYPE: 4462

SERIAL #: W5008265

Thanks in advance.

Try 5190

or

5192

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PLEASE HELP!!!

I need a 4 digit code for my 1999 boxster radio.

BECKER 1

TYPE: 4462

SERIAL #: W5008265

Thanks in advance.

Try 5190

or

5192

Thank you Loren! I will try and let you know the outcome...THANKS AGAIN! :)

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I have lost my radio code and do not have the card. It is a 2001 Boxster with a Becker 220 and the Type is 4462 the serial number is Y5052656 and displays a 24/99.

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