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Hi Loren,

 

Would really apreciate your help on getting my radio code.

Here are the details:

 

CDR 220

Model: BE 4462

Serial: Y5051211

Thanks again brother!

 

Kind Regards,

Paul

Porsche 911 Turbo

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8 hours ago, Paras.Pol said:

Hi Loren,

 

Would really apreciate your help on getting my radio code.

Here are the details:

 

CDR 220

Model: BE 4462

Serial: Y5051211

Thanks again brother!

 

Kind Regards,

Paul

Porsche 911 Turbo

 

Try 8676

 

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11 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Try 8676

 

You are an absolute legend!

 

Thank you very much mate. Donation coming up.

 

Kind Regards,

Paul

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I had to change the battery of my '93 Porsche 968 with a CR-210 radio, I never knew the radio code so now I'm locked out of my radio.

 

Serial Number: T5003459

Model Number?: BE2095

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38 minutes ago, Porsche968 said:

I had to change the battery of my '93 Porsche 968 with a CR-210 radio, I never knew the radio code so now I'm locked out of my radio.

 

Serial Number: T5003459

Model Number?: BE2095

 

Try 4608

 

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I did something dumb and unplugged the radio on my sl500 mb. You woukd think after doing the same on my 996 i would have learned. and don t have the code. Can you help? It's an alpine 2299
Vin: wdbfa68f7xf184118

Sn: Al 2299 w 11 52670

Thanks
Jamie

Edited by Jamieam1971

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On 9/3/2017 at 5:31 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 6785

 

You are a gentleman and a scholar.  Worked great, good to have tunes available.  Thank you 

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Am 2.9.2017 um 15:08 Uhr sagte Loren:

 

Wie in der Lost Radio Code FAQ (die Sie anscheinend nicht gelesen haben) ...

" Können Sie mir einen Kodex für mein PCM GEBEN ?  
This Geräte Werden gemeinsam von Siemens und Becker Hergestellt und der Einzigen Ort, ein DM Sie sterben benötigten Codes erhalten Infos finden , ist vom Händler / OPC. Die   PCMbenötigen Zwei Codes, sterben ICS / Siemens -Code und ein Becker-Kodex der ICS ist der erste Code der angefordert Wird.
Tut mir leid, der Einzige Ort, ein DM du einen   PCM- - Code bekommen Kannst, ist von einem Händler / OPC. 

 

 

Es gibt keine Möglichkeit, den Code anders zu bekommen? 

Vielen Dank für die Hilfe Loren

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Hi Loren.

Is it possible to get the Radiocode from this Radio.

Blaupunkt CAR 300

Serial-No.: GM0300W5246829

Article-No.: 90532620

Thanks a lot

R. LUBOSCH

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2 hours ago, Rolf Lubosch said:

Hi Loren.

Is it possible to get the Radiocode from this Radio.

Blaupunkt CAR 300

Serial-No.: GM0300W5246829

Article-No.: 90532620

Thanks a lot

R. LUBOSCH

 

Sorry, I can not help with that.

We can only help with the radios listed in the Lost Radio Code FAQ .

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Hi Loren,

 

Battery died and i don't have the radio code for the car.

 

2002 911

CDR-220

4462

Ser # 15009049

 

Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks 
Mark

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Hello. This is my first post! I just bought a used '99 Boxster whose CD player I am trying to unlock. Becker CDR 220 model, serial is : X5020787. Please let me know if I can provide more info, and thanks in advance for your help!

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11 hours ago, MaddPeddler F said:

Hi Loren,

 

Battery died and i don't have the radio code for the car.

 

2002 911

CDR-220

4462

Ser # 15009049

 

Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks 
Mark


Try 1707

 

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8 hours ago, coreylandis said:

Hello. This is my first post! I just bought a used '99 Boxster whose CD player I am trying to unlock. Becker CDR 220 model, serial is : X5020787. Please let me know if I can provide more info, and thanks in advance for your help!

 

Try 6538

 

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On ‎8‎/‎28‎/‎2017 at 11:03 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 8352

 

Hey Loren - that worked.  Thanks so much for providing this service.

Tom

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Hi Loren,

 

Please could you help getting me a radio code for my 2000 Boxster S 986?

 

Becker CR 220

type BE 4462

serial X5019628

 

Regards

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3 hours ago, Tom163 said:

Hi Loren,

 

Please could you help getting me a radio code for my 2000 Boxster S 986?

 

Becker CR 220

type BE 4462

serial X5019628

 

Regards

 

Try 5828

 

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