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i tried both codes and even 3578 and it didnt workhttp://www.renntech.org/forums/style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif is there any other code i could try if not thanks anyways

can you please help me with obtaining my radio code

CDR-220

sn: X5038417

would give you info of the car but its not the original radio dont know what it was on

thank you i would greatly appreciate the help

Try 3576

or

3574

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Loren,

Here are the details that I think you need to help with the lost radio code;

1999

Carrera 2- 3.4 liter

6 speed

gray interior

US car

Becker model # 4462

Serial W5009272 (it is possible that the second location is the letter S)

Thanks for your help

Try 1474

or

1472

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Thanks for trying but that did not work. I double checked the model and serial number. Let me know if you have any other suggestions, otherwise; I will need to talk to my local Porsche dealer.

I had to get an extra key made at the dealer this morning, and they were able to get the correct code. Thanks for your help, and I love this forum.

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Hi. Just purchased a 2000 986 and need the radio code.

Model: CDR-220

Type: 4462

S/N X5031255

Thanks!

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2000S Boxster, 6 speed US

Need radio code for:

CDR-220

Model: 4462

S/N: X5035268

24/99

Bought used and did not get the codes. Need to install new ignition switch ASAP.

Thanks

:renntech:

Kem C.

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2000S Boxster, 6 speed US

Need radio code for:

CDR-220

Model: 4462

S/N: X5035268

24/99

Bought used and did not get the codes. Need to install new ignition switch ASAP.

Thanks

:renntech:

Kem C.

Try 8866

or

8864

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i dont know what happened, but niether of those work =(

Lost my code when changing battery...

2002 Boxster

Becker CDR 220

Typ BE6625

Serial 15005537

Thanks in advance! :)

-Colin

Try 5354

or

5352

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Hi,

Hoping you can help with my radio code.

2002 Boxster S

6 speed manual

Becker CDR-220

type 4462

serial 25017154

24/99

Thanks!

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Edited by Kojiro

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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Hi,

Hoping you can help with my radio code.

2002 Boxster S

6 speed manual

Becker CDR-220

type 4462

serial 25017154

24/99

Thanks!

Try 9589

or

9587

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Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

it turn out the battery was no completely dead i guess as the radio did not need the code when the new bwttery went in. I will keep those on file.....thanks again!

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Hi Loren,

You have been so helpful to many Boxster owners for retrieving their code lost. I'm now one of them who indeed needs the code for my Boxster radio. Please help me.

- Becker Model: CR-220

- Type: 4362

- Serial # 15000050

- 24/99

Thanks,

Edited by dott

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Hi Loren,

You have been so helpful to many Boxster owners for retrieving their code lost. I'm now one of them who indeed needs the code for my Boxster radio. Please help me.

- Becker Model: CR-220

- Type: 4362

- Serial # 15000050

- 24/99

Thanks,

Try 0400

or

0398

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