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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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12 minutes ago, oz21 said:

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!

 

Try 4184

 

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Posted (edited)

Same boat will need Porsche radio code as need to replace battery. 

98 Boxster 

CDR-21

numbers behind radio facade 228012516272080266

*updated Serial number W5012542

model number 0E 2280

Edited by E-Boxster
Wrong serial number

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9 hours ago, E-Boxster said:

Same boat will need Porsche radio code as need to replace battery. 

98 Boxster 

CDR-21

numbers behind radio facade 228012516272080266

*updated Serial number W5012542

model number 0E 2280

 

Try 9046

 

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19 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Try 4184

 

Loren you are the best!!! it works! thank you so much

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1999 Carrera Becker 1 radio. Battery went dead over the winter. Now asking for code. Radio serial is W5010356. Any help would be appreciated. 

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Hey just bought a 1998 Porsche Boxster 986 with a CDR-210 

 

vin: WP0CA2989WU626422 

 

In need of a radio code badly! Thank you to anyone that can help! Please! 

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8 minutes ago, Ilker Ucaner said:

Hey just bought a 1998 Porsche Boxster 986 with a CDR-210 

 

vin: WP0CA2989WU626422 

 

In need of a radio code badly! Thank you to anyone that can help! Please! 

 

Read and follow the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ.

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3 hours ago, guitarguy56 said:

1999 Carrera Becker 1 radio. Battery went dead over the winter. Now asking for code. Radio serial is W5010356. Any help would be appreciated. 

 

Try 0870

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2 hours ago, pauly2756 said:

Replaced battery need radio code for:

Model#4362

Serial#15002558

 

Try 9174

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I changed out the battery on my 2002 Carrera.

I don't have the radio reset code.

 

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Posted (edited)

Hi I hope you can help.

I have a 2000 porsche boxster

model: cdr 220

Serial # y5034126

My battery died and now the radio needs a security code. 

 

Thank you, 

Matt

 

Edited by Matthew Franco

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35 minutes ago, Matthew Franco said:

Hi I hope you can help.

I have a 2000 porsche boxster

model: cdr 220

Serial # y5034126

My battery died and now the radio needs a security code. 

 

Thank you, 

Matt

 

Try 0752

 

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1 hour ago, Fernando Jacinto said:

Hope someone can help me get this code for my radio 

Typ: CDR220

Model-No: BE 4462

Serial No:  X5027043

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

Try 5219

 

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CDR-220 Radio for a 2001 Porsche 911 

 

Serial # Y5046989

 

The radio Code will be greatly appreciated. Thanks 

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Posted (edited)

Need radio code for my 2001 Boxster. Did not receive code when purchased used.  Replaced the battery, and now have no radio. Serial #15040643.

Thanks for any assistance.

Sorry - just realized I left off the radio model CR-220.

Edited by Jneffcpa

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Loren, 

 

sorry for the the late response I had to wait for the “wait” to go away from my radio. I got what you needed ...

 

Info about my car ...

1998 Porsche Boxster

Radio: CDR-210

R3297

Serial: W5021992 

 

Needed a radio code. 

Best Regards! 

 Thank you!

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4 hours ago, manyecars said:

CDR-220 Radio for a 2001 Porsche 911 

 

Serial # Y5046989

 

The radio Code will be greatly appreciated. Thanks 

 

Try 2103

 

This is the third time I have given you a radio code - perhaps you would consider a donation to this site.

 

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