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On 4/30/2018 at 5:55 AM, Loren said:

 

You did not read the

 

"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."

 

 

Hi Loren. Sorry about that, i think i read that bit after i posted. 

 

Apparently retrieving the code from a PCM1 is no trivial task. After paying the dealer a visit, they provided me with the codes that corresponded to the VIN, which didn't work. So then they suggested calling Porsche NA (1-800-Porsche) which they turned me back around and told me to talk to the dealer. Called dealer again and got to emailing with a tech. He tried to email porsche NA directly with my radio serial number. Porsche NA came back and told him that they needed more info, so now i have to physically drop the car off at the service center so the tech can hook the radio up to their diagnostic testing hardware and pull more information from it. 

 

The one thing the tech did tell me is that, if you have a PCM and you take it to your nearest Porsche dealer, and they don't know what to do, he said to tell them the following:

 

Submit a PTEC - TLAR for filing issues, and PQIS job and run VAL attached to PTEC request.

 

Im not sure what any of the above means but for those of you who are struggling with your dealer in retrieving a PCM1 code, tell them to try that.

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7 hours ago, Sebri said:

Hi Guys hope you can help me

Code for

serial No: V5007071

 

Radio model please (on the front of the radio)?

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16 minutes ago, Sebri said:

Yes i did i used the 8 and 0 simultaneously and got my Sireal NO

 

Then it is likely that your radio has been repaired by someone other than Becker. Doing so changes the serial number and without them updating it properly I do not know any way to get the "unknown" serial number. Sorry.

 

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Hello,

First off I would like to thank you for providing this service... you are lifesavers.

 

2000 Boxster

CDP2051

24/99

Ser: 25010876

Type: 4462

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2 minutes ago, randykieling said:

Hello,

First off I would like to thank you for providing this service... you are lifesavers.

 

2000 Boxster

CDP2051

24/99

Ser: 25010876

Type: 4462

 

Try 0835

 

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wow!

you are on the ball. I figured it would take a while so I posted from work.

I will try that code as soon as I get off work.

thank you very much

Randy

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any help would be greatly appreciated.  Just bought an old 1999 porsche with a dead battery and no radio code provided.

 

cdr 220

4463

W5012352

 

thanks in advance to anyone that can provide a good code. 

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My battery in my 2001 Boxster went dead.  Now I need the code to get the radio working again.

 

Radio: CDR 220

Type : 4462

S#:  Y5052581

 

Thanks!

 

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45 minutes ago, fjimen01 said:

any help would be greatly appreciated.  Just bought an old 1999 porsche with a dead battery and no radio code provided.

 

cdr 220

4463

W5012352

 

thanks in advance to anyone that can provide a good code. 

 

Try 6873

 

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3 minutes ago, Rotmilky said:

My battery in my 2001 Boxster went dead.  Now I need the code to get the radio working again.

 

Radio: CDR 220

Type : 4462

S#:  Y5052581

 

Thanks!

 

 

Try 0173

 

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Help hugely appreciated. Dead battery = no radio 

 

CR 22

Serial X5020324

Type 4367

 

 

Edited by T4toria

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15 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Try 0835

 

worked great...

off to make a donation for your help

thanks again

Randy

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Hello Loren,

Pls help me obtaining the radio code for:

1999 Porsche Boxter
Radio Type: 4462
SN: 15075111
24/99
Gal: 00
CD: CDP 2081

Thank you so much.

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14 hours ago, T4toria said:

Help hugely appreciated. Dead battery = no radio 

 

CR 22

Serial X5020324

Type 4367

 

 

Try 0514

 

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13 minutes ago, E Phuong Ho said:

Hello Loren,

Pls help me obtaining the radio code for:

1999 Porsche Boxter
Radio Type: 4462
SN: 15075111
24/99
Gal: 00
CD: CDP 2081

Thank you so much.

 

Try 9627

 

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2002 Porsche Boxster

I have a CDR 220

Ser# 15002270

Becker type 4462

Need the radio code please.  After a really dead battery.  

Thank you in advance.  

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7 minutes ago, Acha n.v ak said:

2002 Porsche Boxster

I have a CDR 220

Ser# 15002270

Becker type 4462

Need the radio code please.  After a really dead battery.  

Thank you in advance.  

 

Try 2543

 

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