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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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7 hours ago, Rwilson said:

Appreciate help recovering lost radio code. Here is the info I obtained from my radio.

Thank You

Just found your site and signed up. Need to spend quiet time with content, if as good as first impression will become a supporter.

thanks again

 

Becker 1

type 4462

ser# Y5050368

24/99

 

Try 0876

 

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Hi There!  What a wonderful service. I have

 

typ: CCR220

Model No. BE6624

Serial No. 15001008

 

Many thanks

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3 hours ago, jlaa said:

Hi There!  What a wonderful service. I have

 

typ: CCR220

Model No. BE6624

Serial No. 15001008

 

Many thanks

 

Try 9059

 

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22 minutes ago, 1964john996 said:

Mines a CR-220

type 4362

WS002977

 

Your help is greatly appreciated

 

Cheers

 

Try 4847

 

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Hi, I have a Boxster S 2003 with the radio locked due to dead battery. Hope someone can help me.

Model BE 6612

CDR23

Serial # 25008219

Thanks,

Marc

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25 minutes ago, Marc St-Laurent said:

Hi, I have a Boxster S 2003 with the radio locked due to dead battery. Hope someone can help me.

Model BE 6612

CDR23

Serial # 25008219

Thanks,

Marc

 

You did not read the Lost Radio Code FAQ...

 

"CDR-23 (or later):
These radios do not have a security code - that is, not that the user enters.
These radios are security tested on the MOST (fiber optic bus) system to see if they are the "programmed" radio. The radios are programmed and recognized by the car’s DMEand can only be replaced by a shop with a PST2 or PIWIS. These radios will not request a code when battery power is disconnected."

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1 hour ago, Dademurphy said:

I have a CR-220

Type 4362

Serial: Y5024889

 

Your help is much appreciated!

 

Try 7098

 

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5 hours ago, Mark Wallace said:

Hi Guys.

In need of some help.

1999 Boxter

Becker CDR 210

Serial W5022641

Thanks in advance

 

Try 4237

 

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2 hours ago, Mark Wallace said:

is it just putting the code in and it will work or do i need to hit any other keys

4237 didn't work

 

Did you get your serial number using the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ? If not, please do so and resubmit the correct serial number.

if you did use the procedure and the code does not work then it is likely that your radio was repaired by a 3rd party (someone other than Becker Sound). If that is the case I am sorry but I can not help you.

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Hi

having just bought a  boxster and having the battery replaced the radio no longer works

I have googled to get the model/serial no and have the following info if anybody can help

Thanks in advance 

CDR-22 

Type:- 4467

Serial :- Y5036253

 

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50 minutes ago, Monroe7986 said:

Hi

having just bought a  boxster and having the battery replaced the radio no longer works

I have googled to get the model/serial no and have the following info if anybody can help

Thanks in advance 

CDR-22 

Type:- 4467

Serial :- Y5036253

 

Try 4972

 

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Hi Loren, do you mind helping me out?

I have a CR-220

Type 4362

Serial #: 15040044

 

Thanks a lot--much appreciated!

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3 hours ago, Hazeem13 said:

Hi Loren, do you mind helping me out?

I have a CR-220

Type 4362

Serial #: 15040044

 

Thanks a lot--much appreciated!

 

Try 0352

 

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Hi Loren, do you mind helping me out?

I have a CR-210

Type R 3297

Serial #: WS010961

 

Many thanks!!

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6 hours ago, 1971996 said:

Hi Loren, do you mind helping me out?

I have a CR-210

Type R 3297

Serial #: WS010961

 

Many thanks!!

 

Try 8683

 

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8 hours ago, TheFlapjack said:

How do you find the radio type? Have a CR220, 2000 911. The label on the radio is worn off.

 

Read the Lost Radio Code FAQ and follow the procedure there - then post here.

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