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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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32 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Ah, that is the proper serial number.

Try 1305

 

 

32 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Ah, that is the proper serial number.

Try 1305

 

Dear Loren, Thank you, the code worked and radio up and running. Best regards

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On 2/23/2018 at 12:17 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 2726

 

When I was discussing this issue with the local Porsche dealer service manager, he looked up the model and SN and suggested 2796.  Which ever one works, how do you test this without disconnecting the battery?  Is there a menu choice on the radio where you are prompted for the code, when it is fully operational already?

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4 hours ago, JGLOWIEN said:

When I was discussing this issue with the local Porsche dealer service manager, he looked up the model and SN and suggested 2796.  Which ever one works, how do you test this without disconnecting the battery?  Is there a menu choice on the radio where you are prompted for the code, when it is fully operational already?

 

Read the Lost Radio Code FAQ

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Sorry Loren, I think I posted my request in the wrong place.

My data:

Type 4362

# 150508 18

24/99

 

Thanks, Ernie

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1 hour ago, Ernie0304 said:

Sorry Loren, I think I posted my request in the wrong place.

My data:

Type 4362

# 150508 18

24/99

 

Thanks, Ernie

 

Try 6786

 

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Hi - I could also use help.  Just had my alternator replaced and now need my radio code.  Got my 2001 Boxter a couple months ago but no books or radio card with the car.

 

Serial # Y5024058

Type 4362

24/99

 

Also, when turning on the radio after the PORSCHE goes away it says 'wait' - At least that's what it did yesterday after the car was started a couple times.  I don't see where I would enter a code?  Does that mean my mechanic tried to enter a code and it locked up? (EDIT: - Just read you have to wait 30 mins)

 

And advise would be much appreciated!

 

Thanks, Rob

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26 minutes ago, Lebby83 said:

Hi - I could also use help.  Just had my alternator replaced and now need my radio code.  Got my 2001 Boxter a couple months ago but no books or radio card with the car.

 

Serial # Y5024058

Type 4362

24/99

 

Also, when turning on the radio after the PORSCHE goes away it says 'wait' - At least that's what it did yesterday after the car was started a couple times.  I don't see where I would enter a code?  Does that mean my mechanic tried to enter a code and it locked up? (EDIT: - Just read you have to wait 30 mins)

 

And advise would be much appreciated!

 

Thanks, Rob

 

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ

 

Try 8989

 

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25 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ

 

Try 8989

 

Thank you!.  Will try it tonight.  And yes, I read the FAQ after I posted and saw the comment about waiting 30 mins.

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Hi Loren.  I need help as well.  Just purchased this '02 Boxster and I don't have the code.

CDR-220

Type 4162

S# 25014149

24/99

 

Any help will be most appreciated.

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5 hours ago, PacoGrande said:

Hi Loren.  I need help as well.  Just purchased this '02 Boxster and I don't have the code.

CDR-220

Type 4162

S# 25014149

24/99

 

Any help will be most appreciated.

 

Try 0936

 

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Hello Loren!

 

Just swapped the engine and transmission and resurrected this girl! But alas, no tunes without a code. Can you see if you're able to find this one?

 

Becker CDR 220

Model: BE4462

Serial: y5051133

Date 41/00

 

Thanks in advance for any help!

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20 minutes ago, mrvict0r said:

Hello Loren!

 

Just swapped the engine and transmission and resurrected this girl! But alas, no tunes without a code. Can you see if you're able to find this one?

 

Becker CDR 220

Model: BE4462

Serial: y5051133

Date 41/00

 

Thanks in advance for any help!

 

Try 5458

 

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On 3/2/2018 at 7:09 AM, Loren said:

 

Try 8750

 

Thanks so much Loren! So appreciated!!!

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I have a Becker 220 radio in my 1999 Porsche 911 996 and cant find the code

type 4362

serial number x5013097

thanks in advance Loren

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51 minutes ago, ssindyrider said:

I have a Becker 220 radio in my 1999 Porsche 911 996 and cant find the code

type 4362

serial number x5013097

thanks in advance Loren

 

Try 0206

 

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Just purchased a 2002 Porsche Boxster. Battery went dead. Here are the specs

Becker 1

Type 4462

Serial # 25013601

this came up  24/99

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Yes I did I this isi the information I got on the display

 

Just purchased a 2002 Porsche Boxster. Battery went dead. Here are the specs

Becker 1

Type 4462

Serial # 25013601

this came up  24/99

 

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1 hour ago, Mannsma said:

Yes I did I this isi the information I got on the display

 

Just purchased a 2002 Porsche Boxster. Battery went dead. Here are the specs

Becker 1

Type 4462

Serial # 25013601

this came up  24/99

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I never am\nswered your original post - you read someone else's.

 

Try 0143

 

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