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This Becker with no code is from my F355 so hopefully you can still get me the code. 

 

Model BE 4372

Serial X5002070

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, tesprit said:

This Becker with no code is from my F355 so hopefully you can still get me the code. 

 

Model BE 4372

Serial X5002070

 

Thanks!

 

Sorry, not a Porsche radio.

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Hello folks !

just bought a 993 c4  a lot of fun !!!

no card for my BECKER CDR-21. Can someone give me a code ?

serial is V5009795

thanks

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15 hours ago, JeFFE said:

Hello folks !

just bought a 993 c4  a lot of fun !!!

no card for my BECKER CDR-21. Can someone give me a code ?

serial is V5009795

thanks

 

Try 5147

 

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Posted (edited)

found it..

                                                        

                                                    

                                 

Edited by porsche12

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On 4/18/2019 at 3:05 AM, Loren said:

 

Try 5147

 

Thank you so much 

works fine!

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1 hour ago, Sanjee Yogeswaran said:

Hi I have a Becker CDR-220

The Serial No is 15064360

Can someone get me the code?

 

Thanks!

 

Try 6961

 

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Posted (edited)

Be 4462

y5048317

24/99

 

can someone help

 

this is a cdr 220

Edited by Robstevens
Forgot model

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22 minutes ago, Robstevens said:

Be 4462

y5048317

24/99

 

can someone help

 

this is a cdr 220

 

Try 5608

 

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After completing most of the repairs to the '97 Boxster, now for the radio :

 

CDR-210

type 2896

Ser# 5009452

 

Thank you in advance!!

 

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9 minutes ago, Mark St Martin said:

After completing most of the repairs to the '97 Boxster, now for the radio :

 

CDR-210

type 2896

Ser# 5009452

 

Thank you in advance!!

 

Try 3767

 

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Posted (edited)

Hi,

 

I have a cdr 220 and do not have my radio code. It is Becker 1. The serial number is 25015995. Type 4462.

 

Thank you

Edited by Alipman95

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hello people I have a problem
and although I have bought a 911
in which the Radio code of my Becker CDR22 is missing. 
can someone help me?

Typ: CDR22

Model-No: BE4467

Serial-No: X5019006

 

Thanks you

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Loren receiving the codes (and quite quickly too I may add ... ) make the annual membership more than a bargain!! 

And what a great sound system Porsche has included in these amazing cars.

Thank you once again Sir!

 

Can't wait to get it on the road (any day now), doubt I'll be listening to the radio much for the first little while : )

 

Cheers

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7 hours ago, Alipman95 said:

Hi,

 

I have a cdr 220 and do not have my radio code. It is Becker 1. The serial number is 25015995. Type 4462.

 

Thank you

 

Try 1341

 

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4 hours ago, mr_lover1986 said:

hello people I have a problem
and although I have bought a 911
in which the Radio code of my Becker CDR22 is missing. 
can someone help me?

Typ: CDR22

Model-No: BE4467

Serial-No: X5019006

 

Thanks you

 

Try 7878

 

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30 minutes ago, Mark St Martin said:

Loren receiving the codes (and quite quickly too I may add ... ) make the annual membership more than a bargain!! 

And what a great sound system Porsche has included in these amazing cars.

Thank you once again Sir!

 

Can't wait to get it on the road (any day now), doubt I'll be listening to the radio much for the first little while : )

 

Cheers

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Hi

I hope you can help.

Fitted a new battery to my 996C4 cab; the radio code that was written in the manual does not appear to work.

It is a Becker CDR22, type 4467.

Serial number is X5015756.

Many thanks in advance.

Julian

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2 hours ago, jules99 said:

Hi

I hope you can help.

Fitted a new battery to my 996C4 cab; the radio code that was written in the manual does not appear to work.

It is a Becker CDR22, type 4467.

Serial number is X5015756.

Many thanks in advance.

Julian

 

Try 5091

 

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Loren

Thank you very much; it worked.  Car must have had a new radio at some stage.

Wonderful help.

Julian

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Hey guys, i need my radio code;

98 Boxster

CDR 210

W5020075

I am not sure where you find the "type" but I took off the front face and there were numbers engraved on the stereo ; 2235 1230.948 285

 

Please help!

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