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Had the battery replaced- radio code needed.

2000 Porsche Boxter

4462

Serial X5028432

Please help!

Thank you

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Had the battery replaced- radio code needed.

2000 Porsche Boxter

4462

Serial X5028432

Please help!

Thank you

 

Try 3697

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately those numbers don't work...and I tried it three times. So I'll be waiting for anymore combinations you may think will work. Thanks!

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately those numbers don't work...and I tried it three times. So I'll be waiting for anymore combinations you may think will work. Thanks!

 

 

If you followed the instructions in the Lost Radio code FAQ and gave me the correct serial number then there is nothing more I can do for you.

If that is the serial number your radio reported then it is likely your radio has been repaired without following the Becker (the radio manufacturer's) procedures.

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Hi guys, 

 

I'm new here and my radio doesn't work after a battery change. 

 

My serial nr is Y5025469 and it displays Becker 1 and "Type 4467" after having pressed the TP-button for 10 secs as described here. 

 

Thanks for your kind help with this. 

 

//Robert

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Hi guys, 

 

I'm new here and my radio doesn't work after a battery change. 

 

My serial nr is Y5025469 and it displays Becker 1 and "Type 4467" after having pressed the TP-button for 10 secs as described here. 

 

Thanks for your kind help with this. 

 

//Robert

 

Try 1328

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Gre

 

 

Hi guys, 

 

I'm new here and my radio doesn't work after a battery change. 

 

My serial nr is Y5025469 and it displays Becker 1 and "Type 4467" after having pressed the TP-button for 10 secs as described here. 

 

Thanks for your kind help with this. 

 

//Robert

 

Try 1328

 

Great - many thanks it worked perfect!

 

BRs, 

//Robert

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Hi,

Same boat here. New (to me) 2002 Boxster S

Becker 1

Type 4362

Ser. 15004314

Thanks!!

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Hi,

Same boat here. New (to me) 2002 Boxster S

Becker 1

Type 4362

Ser. 15004314

Thanks!!

 

Try 3109

Thanks for such a quick reply and a great help! It worked. My daughter is much happier now...

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Hello

Looking for a radio code 2002 boxster. Cdr220

Type 4462

Ser# 15006865 24/99

This

 

Try 2942

Many thanks

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Loren,

 

I'm another lost sheep and new to the forum.  I have seen that you have been able to help others.  Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

 

I have lost the radio code card for my 2002 Boxster

The Becker Model is 4362

24/99

Ser # 15001348

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Loren,

 

I'm another lost sheep and new to the forum.  I have seen that you have been able to help others.  Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

 

I have lost the radio code card for my 2002 Boxster

The Becker Model is 4362

24/99

Ser # 15001348

 

Try 0516

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Hello, 2000 Boxster S

 

CDR-220

4462 24/99

Serial Number Y5043158

 

I tried to match my serial number to something on the board but no luck..

 

Any suggestions ?

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Hello, 2000 Boxster S

 

CDR-220

4462 24/99

Serial Number Y5043158

 

I tried to match my serial number to something on the board but no luck..

 

Any suggestions ?

 

Try 4278

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Loren,

 

I'm another lost sheep and new to the forum.  I have seen that you have been able to help others.  Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

 

I have lost the radio code card for my 2002 Boxster

The Becker Model is 4362

24/99

Ser # 15001348

 

Try 0516

 

 

You are awesome! Thank You..........

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately those numbers don't work...and I tried it three times. So I'll be waiting for anymore combinations you may think will work. Thanks!

 

If you followed the instructions in the Lost Radio code FAQ and gave me the correct serial number then there is nothing more I can do for you.

If that is the serial number your radio reported then it is likely your radio has been repaired without following the Becker (the radio manufacturer's) procedures.

Well thanks Loren, I'm not sure about anything being repaired, as I bought the car a couple days ago, the dealer said they didn't have a code, I googled codes, and I found this site. So after the wait period is over, I will try to get those codes again to double check, but idk. Thanks though!

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately those numbers don't work...and I tried it three times. So I'll be waiting for anymore combinations you may think will work. Thanks!

 

If you followed the instructions in the Lost Radio code FAQ and gave me the correct serial number then there is nothing more I can do for you.

If that is the serial number your radio reported then it is likely your radio has been repaired without following the Becker (the radio manufacturer's) procedures.

Well thanks Loren, I'm not sure about anything being repaired, as I bought the car a couple days ago, the dealer said they didn't have a code, I googled codes, and I found this site. So after the wait period is over, I will try to get those codes again to double check, but idk. Thanks though!

Alright...so the waiting period ended, tried again to no avail. Decided to double check instructions. I'm sorry, but the serial is actually Y5041100, with the 4462. I'm sorry I didn't put the second zero originally. I hope this is the reason the code you originally gave me isn't working :) thank you again! I have enjoyed very much the sound of the engine lately...

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Hello,

 

New, to me, car.  No radio code unfortunately.  Numbers are:   4462; Y504110

Followed the steps to get these, hopefully you have something for me!  Thanks!  

 

It's a 2000 Boxster BTW

 

Try 0624

Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately those numbers don't work...and I tried it three times. So I'll be waiting for anymore combinations you may think will work. Thanks!

 

If you followed the instructions in the Lost Radio code FAQ and gave me the correct serial number then there is nothing more I can do for you.

If that is the serial number your radio reported then it is likely your radio has been repaired without following the Becker (the radio manufacturer's) procedures.

Well thanks Loren, I'm not sure about anything being repaired, as I bought the car a couple days ago, the dealer said they didn't have a code, I googled codes, and I found this site. So after the wait period is over, I will try to get those codes again to double check, but idk. Thanks though!

Alright...so the waiting period ended, tried again to no avail. Decided to double check instructions. I'm sorry, but the serial is actually Y5041100, with the 4462. I'm sorry I didn't put the second zero originally. I hope this is the reason the code you originally gave me isn't working :) thank you again! I have enjoyed very much the sound of the engine lately...

 

 

For that serial number try 4194

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