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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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31 minutes ago, Sharq said:

Hi Loren.

Just bought a used 996 '98 - missing radio code.
CDR-220
Type: 4462
Serial: W5002264 or WS002264, not sure S or 5

Porsche in Iceland gave me code: 5106 when I gave them the VIM. It didn't work.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Try 2485

 

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Have a 1999 Boxster with a CR210 radio

model R-3297

Ser# V5009134

 

can you supply me with an unlock code, I cannot make the one given with the car work 

Thanks in advance

 

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42 minutes ago, paintenplace said:

Have a 1999 Boxster with a CR210 radio

model R-3297

Ser# V5009134

 

can you supply me with an unlock code, I cannot make the one given with the car work 

Thanks in advance

 

 

Try 5971

 

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1 hour ago, advanceauto said:

Please help me get my CR1 radio code .

SN is POCR-1M0811791

           V10811791

 

Thanks

 

I believe that is a Blaupunkt or Alpine radio and my program only works with Becker/Porsche radios - as stated in the Lost Radio Code FAQ.

 

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I had my battery charged today and they disconnected it. Lost code. 2000 boxster becker 1  type 4462

Serial: y5042544

Cdr-220 need unlock code

Thanks for help!

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7 hours ago, John Donaldson said:

I had my battery charged today and they disconnected it. Lost code. 2000 boxster becker 1  type 4462

Serial: y5042544

Cdr-220 need unlock code

Thanks for help!

 

Try 9062

 

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I am seeking the radio code to a CDR-220 replacement radio for my 2000 Boxster S.

Model: BE4462.  SN: 15062512 (see attached photo)

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

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37 minutes ago, highflier said:

I am seeking the radio code to a CDR-220 replacement radio for my 2000 Boxster S.

Model: BE4462.  SN: 15062512 (see attached photo)

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

image.jpeg

 

Wow - still didn't follow the Lost Radio Code FAQ to "display" your radio serial number. The printed tag will be wrong if the radio has ever been repaired. WHen Becker repairs the radio it gets a new serial number - but does not get a new sticker. Hence the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get the current serial number.

 

Well, I hope your radio has not been repaired and the sticker is correct.

 

Try 9806

 

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Thanks Loren for your direction & assistance. I did verify the SN which did match the sticker and your code did the trick. Now I need to study the plethora of functions on this radio which far exceed my typical On, Tune, and Off!

Best regards

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Will you please help me get the code for the following:

 

CR-220

Becker

Type: 4362

SN: 15031724

24/99

 

Thank you!

 

Josh

 

 

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Although you have a different radio, I’m sure the process is the same. I posted the same request and received a response from Loren who steered me in the right direction (determining the correct radio serial number) and provided me with a code that unlocked my radio. Not sure how to get you his contact info but there are plenty of his comments in the porsche radio forum so I would search there as well as posting your request. Good luck.

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1 hour ago, joshemmick said:

Will you please help me get the code for the following:

 

CR-220

Becker

Type: 4362

SN: 15031724

24/99

 

Thank you!

 

Josh

 

 

Try 8675

 

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My 2002 Boxster needed a new battery...and now I need a radio code (help!)...

 

CDR - 220

Ser 15009230

type 4462 

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24 minutes ago, TBR 1957 said:

My 2002 Boxster needed a new battery...and now I need a radio code (help!)...

 

CDR - 220

Ser 15009230

type 4462 

 

Try 2138

 

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PORSCHE  BECKER  CDR-220  BE6625  /  996.645.126.10    15003747

The factory original radio code for your unit is:  8479

I hope it could be helpfull for someone ? 

Regards

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