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First thanks for helping everyone out...this is the way society is supposed to work. New owner 2000 booster cdr-220 type 4462 serial number Y5043714

 

Try 8215

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I had to find a replacement radio :(

 

Replacement one I got: Becker CCR220 , serial No 15000130

 

Thank you again. 

 

Try 8208

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I am new to the forum. I recently replaced the battery on my vehicle and had no clue about the code requirement. Can you assist?

Becker 1 CDR220 Ser: Y5045915

 

Thank you!

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I am new to the forum. I recently replaced the battery on my vehicle and had no clue about the code requirement. Can you assist?

Becker 1 CDR220 Ser: Y5045915

 

Thank you!

 

Try 7216

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Loren,

 

Thank you so much, it worked perfectly. I just wrote it down under the hood and about 3 other places for future reference. 

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HI Loren,

 

Hoping you can help me out with this.

 

Its a PCM1 unit

Type: IDIS

Model: 2582

Serial:  15008655

 

Thank so much.

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HI Loren,

 

Hoping you can help me out with this.

 

Its a PCM1 unit

Type: IDIS

Model: 2582

Serial:  15008655

 

Thank so much.

 

Youd did not read the Lost Radio Code FAQ... did you?

 

"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 Loren,

Can you help me out with cdr220 radio code

mode no: BE6625

serial no: 25014462

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

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Hi Loren,

Can you help me out with cdr220 radio code

mode no: BE6625

serial no: 25014462

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

 

Try 1362

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Hope you're having a nice long weekend. You do a great service in getting codes for people. I'm sure you've heard it a million times what a silly design Porsche created with these radios.

Anyway now I finally have to ask for help! Like asking for directions back in the days before smartphones and navigation systems!

i have a 2000 Boxster and need the code after  a battery change.

CDR 220

4462

ser Y5040456

Thanks

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Hope you're having a nice long weekend. You do a great service in getting codes for people. I'm sure you've heard it a million times what a silly design Porsche created with these radios.

Anyway now I finally have to ask for help! Like asking for directions back in the days before smartphones and navigation systems!

i have a 2000 Boxster and need the code after  a battery change.

CDR 220

4462

ser Y5040456

Thanks

 

Try 8738

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Thank you in advance if you can help. 

 

i have a 1999 Boxster and need the code after  a battery change.

CDR 220

4462

ser W5011597

 

My best,

 

Emilio

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Thank you in advance if you can help. 

 

i have a 1999 Boxster and need the code after  a battery change.

CDR 220

4462

ser W5011597

 

My best,

 

Emilio

 

Try 0491

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Thank you in advance if you can help. 

 

i have a 1999 Boxster and need the code after  a battery change.

CDR 220

4462

ser W5011597

 

My best,

 

Emilio

 

Try 0491

 

Thank you very much. Worked like a charm. Have a great weekend and really appreciate the help. Cheers.

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Lauren,

 

I do not know how you and your team handle so many requests, but thank you!

 

For me, it is type 4462

Serial number X5024968

(48/98)

 

Terry

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Lauren,

 

I do not know how you and your team handle so many requests, but thank you!

 

For me, it is type 4462

Serial number X5024968

(48/98)

 

Terry

 

Try 1315

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