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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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9 hours ago, Kevin Cyr said:

Looking for help ?

 

Type: CDR 220

Model: BE 4462

Serial: W5003070

 

Try 9175

 

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I have a 996 with a CR 210 in it. 1999 carrera, I cannot find the card. Any help would be appreciated. The radio just says code.

Thanks

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31 minutes ago, vegasdriver said:

I have a 996 with a CR 210 in it. 1999 carrera, I cannot find the card. Any help would be appreciated. The radio just says code.

Thanks

 

Please READ the Lost Radio Code FAQ and follow the procedure there to get your serial number - then post your request here.

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Sorry, i could not figure out what was the tone button. got the model and SR#

CR 210

R3297

WSO 11260

 

thanks

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29 minutes ago, vegasdriver said:

Sorry, i could not figure out what was the tone button. got the model and SR#

CR 210

R3297

WSO 11260

 

thanks

 

Try 2643

 

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I have a 2002 Porsche Boxster.  The mechanic disconnected the battery and I need a code.  The details of the radio are:

Model - CR220

Type - 4362

Ser - 1500 1263

 

Thanks in advance for your help with the code.

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1 hour ago, Mani Gopal said:

I have a 2002 Porsche Boxster.  The mechanic disconnected the battery and I need a code.  The details of the radio are:

Model - CR220

Type - 4362

Ser - 1500 1263

 

Thanks in advance for your help with the code.

 

Try 2767

 

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Thanks you very much for your prompt help.  I just donated money to help you maintain this site and continue to provide service

 

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31 minutes ago, Mani Gopal said:

Thanks you very much for your prompt help.  I just donated money to help you maintain this site and continue to provide service

 

 

Thanks! :thumbup:

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Hello ! 

 

Can somebody help me ? 

I just bought a 1996 993 Turbo , radio is asking for the code and card is lost 

 

radio type is : CR-210

radio serial number is : T5004 147

 

thanks you very much ! 

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6 hours ago, Matt Lec said:

Hello ! 

 

Can somebody help me ? 

I just bought a 1996 993 Turbo , radio is asking for the code and card is lost 

 

radio type is : CR-210

radio serial number is : T5004 147

 

thanks you very much ! 

 

Try 0920

 

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Mine is a CDR-220

these are all the numbers I see after pressing the TP button.

CDP2081

type 4462

01/99

W5002872

 

thanks for the help.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Bomart71 said:

Mine is a CDR-220

these are all the numbers I see after pressing the TP button.

CDP2081

type 4462

01/99

W5002872

 

thanks for the help.

 

Try 6838

 

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PLEASE HELP!!!

I need a 4 digit code for my 1999 boxster radio.

BECKER 1

CDP2065

TYPE: 4462

SERIAL #: W5010393

Thank you in advance.

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24 minutes ago, sam young said:

PLEASE HELP!!!

I need a 4 digit code for my 1999 boxster radio.

BECKER 1

CDP2065

TYPE: 4462

SERIAL #: W5010393

Thank you in advance.

 

Try 4650

 

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56 minutes ago, rwoodroffe said:

Need radio code for cdr-220

model: BE 6625

serial: 15000733

 

Thank You,

Richard

 

Try 2532

 

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Hi - another newb with a code request as my first post, please...

 

Becker CDR-220

model BE 4462

serial X5018225

 

Thanks!

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27 minutes ago, Paddy Garcia said:

Hi - another newb with a code request as my first post, please...

 

Becker CDR-220

model BE 4462

serial X5018225

 

Thanks!

 

Try 1298

 

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5 hours ago, Auto TEST said:

Please code:

Becker

TYP: CDR -220

Model: BE6625

serial 25012928

 

Thanks!

 

Try 0871

 

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