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Hello,

 

I'm looking for a radio code for:

 

2001 Boxster

Radio:  CDR 220

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5050571

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Ron

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On 11/24/2016 at 9:33 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 4809

 

Thank you so much, That is what I have written down from the PO, but it does not work.  Thanks anyway for the help, it is very nice of you.

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6 hours ago, Rottenbind said:

Hello,

 

I'm looking for a radio code for:

 

2001 Boxster

Radio:  CDR 220

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5050571

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Ron

 

Try 0473

 

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3 hours ago, Ronny Pettersen said:

Hi, id appreciate recovering the code from a 2000 996 turbo

Radio: cdr-22

Type: BE 4467

Serial: Y5026898

 

Thanks

 

Try 3206

 

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22 minutes ago, usera said:

Thank you so much, That is what I have written down from the PO, but it does not work.  Thanks anyway for the help, it is very nice of you.

 

Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get the correct serial number of your radio?

If not, then please do so and report the correct serial number here.

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11 hours ago, Rottenbind said:

Hello,

 

I'm looking for a radio code for:

 

2001 Boxster

Radio:  CDR 220

Type: 4462

Serial: Y5050571

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Ron

 

4 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Try 0473

 

 

Thanks Lauren!  I really appreciate the help.

 

Ron

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34 minutes ago, MarkAwe said:

I have a Becker CR 210 in a 1998 Boxster.  Just changed out the battery and lost the code.

 

The SN is W5023429

 

Try 0784

 

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Hi, I hope someone can help.

I had disconnected the battery in my Boxster 1998 and now the radio code that I had doesn´t work (8452).

 

CR-210/CDR-210 Becker   Serial N: W50221208      R3297

 

Thanks in advance.

DR 90210

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Dr90210 said:

Hi, I hope someone can help.

I had disconnected the battery in my Boxster 1998 and now the radio code that I had doesn´t work (8452).

 

CR-210/CDR-210 Becker   Serial N: W50221208      R3297

 

Thanks in advance.

DR 90210

 

 

 

Try 8642

 

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On 11/24/2016 at 9:37 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 3684

 

Thank you VERY much Loren! This is a GREAT site. I'm very glad I found it. Thanks again!!!!

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12 minutes ago, Calixj23 said:

Thank you VERY much Loren! This is a GREAT site. I'm very glad I found it. Thanks again!!!!

Hi, I´d try and did´t work :helpsmilie:

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Hello,

 

Recently disconnected my battery and need help with a radio code.

 

Radio:  CDR 210

Type:2896

Serial: V5007961

 

Thank in advance!

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22 minutes ago, wink6312 said:

Hello,

 

Recently disconnected my battery and need help with a radio code.

 

Radio:  CDR 210

Type:2896

Serial: V5007961

 

Thank in advance!

 

Try 7104

 

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11 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get the correct serial number of your radio?

If not, then please do so and report the correct serial number here.

Yes, I did 

thanks in advance 

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Battery removed and code is lost.

CDR220

model be6625

ser # 15009674

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Hi, I hope someone can help. I had disconnected the battery in my Boxster 1998 and now the radio code that I had doesn´t work (8452).

CR-210/CDR-210 Becker

Serial N: W50221208

R3297

 

Thanks in advance. DR 90210

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1 hour ago, Dr90210 said:

Hi, I hope someone can help. I had disconnected the battery in my Boxster 1998 and now the radio code that I had doesn´t work (8452).

CR-210/CDR-210 Becker

Serial N: W50221208

R3297

 

Thanks in advance. DR 90210

 

Try 8642

 

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16 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get the correct serial number of your radio?

If not, then please do so and report the correct serial number here.

Yes, I did .

 

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