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2 hours ago, Eeflex11 said:

Hello second owner with no radio code

radio serial number is 15002268

 

CDR-220

 

2002 Porsche Boxster

 

thank you very much for what you do

 

Try 2517

 

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I have a 1999 Boxster and just ran into the radio code issue. Any help is very appreciated!

CDR220

serial #: Y5054498

Edited by JamieFL99Boxs

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2 hours ago, JamieFL99Boxs said:

I have a 1999 Boxster and just ran into the radio code issue. Any help is very appreciated!

CDR220

serial #: Y5054498

 

Try 5234

 

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I need a code as well please. 98 Porsche 996 

my friend didn’t give me the radio code and disconnected the battery. LOL

CR-220

4362

W5009094

47/98

 

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4 hours ago, Most hated 996 said:

I need a code as well please. 98 Porsche 996 

my friend didn’t give me the radio code and disconnected the battery. LOL

CR-220

4362

W5009094

47/98

 

Try 5651

 

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Hey there!

We just placed a new battery and seem to be missing the code (rookie mistake)

All help appreciated!

 

CR-22

4367

X5017025

49/98

 

Thanks 🙂

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2 hours ago, Samski66 said:

Hey there!

We just placed a new battery and seem to be missing the code (rookie mistake)

All help appreciated!

 

CR-22

4367

X5017025

49/98

 

Thanks 🙂

 

Try 1391

 

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This is a truly awesome service!

Becker CDR 210

Model R2896

Serial# T500119

 

Have been advised of the code but suspect its utter tosh. Attempted to enter 4 digit number (have the display CODE with flashing C) but attempt to enter the code results in it going straight to display Becker with <> arrows directly below

 

I may very probably be doing something wrong but stuffed if I know what. Is there a particular procedure other than punch number in?

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5 hours ago, RichardMoon said:

This is a truly awesome service!

Becker CDR 210

Model R2896

Serial# T500119

 

Have been advised of the code but suspect its utter tosh. Attempted to enter 4 digit number (have the display CODE with flashing C) but attempt to enter the code results in it going straight to display Becker with <> arrows directly below

 

I may very probably be doing something wrong but stuffed if I know what. Is there a particular procedure other than punch number in?

 

Try 4536

 

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Hi guys, hope you can help me. I’ve a 986 with a CDR22 radio and battery went flat asking for code now. 

 

The code from from pressing the TP button o got is below plus the model:

 

25009587 and type 4467

 

need anything else to help me, much appreciated 

simon 

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Hi Loren,

Looks like a step in the right direction... But

When I enter first number as soon as I release the button the second number is automatically populated by 0

 

Any suggestion?

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3 hours ago, 986SimonB said:

Hi guys, hope you can help me. I’ve a 986 with a CDR22 radio and battery went flat asking for code now. 

 

The code from from pressing the TP button o got is below plus the model:

 

25009587 and type 4467

 

need anything else to help me, much appreciated 

simon 

 

Try 1916

 

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24 minutes ago, RichardMoon said:

Hi Loren,

Looks like a step in the right direction... But

When I enter first number as soon as I release the button the second number is automatically populated by 0

 

Any suggestion?

 

You may then have a problem with the radio.

Either repair (Becker Autosound) or replacement.

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Hi 

I have a 2000 Porsche Boxster that I need the radio code for

it’s a cdr-220

serial #x5038155

can someone please help

 

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10 minutes ago, Scoobyvanz said:

Hi 

I have a 2000 Porsche Boxster that I need the radio code for

it’s a cdr-220

serial #x5038155

can someone please help

 

Try 9409

 

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12 minutes ago, Vessie Wilson Richardson said:

I just bought a 1999 Boxster and disconnected battery without knowing it needed a code:

model 4462

serial X5023793

 

Try 2432

 

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1 hour ago, Christophe Let said:

 

I just bought a 2002 Boxster and disconnected battery without knowing it needed a code:

model cdr 22

model 4467

serial 15002706

 

Try 8341

 

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On 8/19/2019 at 11:35 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 1916

 

Amazing guys, worked perfectly thanks very much 

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