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Hi Loren, I am another one with a lost radio code.  I have a 99 Porsche Boxster with a Becker CDR 220 radio.  The serial number is W5006086.  Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.  Is this enough information Loren ?

Chris in Destin

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Another 2nd owner with no code for the radio.

1999 Boxter, Becker CDR 210

W5021913

R3297

Thanks in advance for your help,

 

Jerry

 

Did I miss something or send a bad Number ?

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10 hours ago, tx986Gem said:

good morning from Texas!

I lost the code for my 1998 Boxster

 

model 3297

serial W5017943

 

Not a good model number - what does it say on the front panel of the radio?

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Disconnected the battery in my 97 Boxster to swap the airbag module. Now I need the radio code. 

Model. CDR210

SN VSO 10230

Thanks very much. 

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53 minutes ago, Grz4Shz said:

Disconnected the battery in my 97 Boxster to swap the airbag module. Now I need the radio code. 

Model. CDR210

SN VSO 10230

Thanks very much. 

 

Try 2593

 

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On 9/8/2016 at 2:07 PM, P38J said:

Another 2nd owner with no code for the radio.

1999 Boxter, Becker CDR 210

W5021913

R3297

Thanks in advance for your help,

 

Jerry

 

Did I miss something or send a bad Number ?

Thanks so much for your help, I got it myself free from the dealer. 

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11 minutes ago, mohandis33 said:

Hello,

I hope someone can help

Porsche 964 3.6 1993

Radio Model : CR-210

Serial No. : T5001562

Thanks,

 

Mohamed

 

Try 0321

 

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Lost the code to my Becker CDR-220 on my 2000 996. The serial number is X5037979. A 24/99 came up after turning the knob on the radio once more: I don't know if it's relevant or not, but posted it just in case. Thank you for your help!

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41 minutes ago, cibergypsy said:

Lost the code to my Becker CDR-220 on my 2000 996. The serial number is X5037979. A 24/99 came up after turning the knob on the radio once more: I don't know if it's relevant or not, but posted it just in case. Thank you for your help!

 

Try 7248

 

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31 minutes ago, Hayden123 said:

I have a 2000 boxster and am in need of a code. CDR 220. Model number BE 4462. Serial number X5035534. Thanks in advance!

 

Try 5432

 

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Hi Loren,

 

I have just purchased a 2002 Porsche C2 Cab and was not given a radio code.  I have a CDR 220 with serial number Y5033886.  Would you be able to provide an unlock code?

 

Thanks!

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37 minutes ago, SCandalous said:

Hi Loren,

 

I have just purchased a 2002 Porsche C2 Cab and was not given a radio code.  I have a CDR 220 with serial number Y5033886.  Would you be able to provide an unlock code?

 

Thanks!

 

Try 6760

 

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