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I just picked up a 2001 911 Cab Tip and have a few small problems. While I'm driving awhile, I hear a double chime. This happens every once in a while and no caution lights or gauges out of norm. I don't have a radio code. Where do I get the ser.# and if I need to pull the radio, how? It is a factory Porsche radio. How do I get a duplicate ignition key? Lots of questions, lots of time.

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I just picked up a 2001 911 Cab Tip and have a few small problems. While I'm driving awhile, I hear a double chime. This happens every once in a while and no caution lights or gauges out of norm. I don't have a radio code. Where do I get the ser.# and if I need to pull the radio, how? It is a factory Porsche radio. How do I get a duplicate ignition key? Lots of questions, lots of time.
:welcome:

That is a Traffic Pro (navigation radio) - an optional NAV radio. You will likely have to go to a dealer or Becker to get the number.

Do a search here on replacing a key. You will need to buy a key with a 40 digit ID and then have it programmed to your car. For the programming you will need all functioning keys you already have plus the new key. The maximum number of keys programmed to any one car (at one time) is 4.

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I just picked up a 2001 911 Cab Tip and have a few small problems. While I'm driving awhile, I hear a double chime. This happens every once in a while and no caution lights or gauges out of norm. I don't have a radio code. Where do I get the ser.# and if I need to pull the radio, how? It is a factory Porsche radio. How do I get a duplicate ignition key? Lots of questions, lots of time.

Do you have the owners manual? If not you can download one from this site and look for the double chime there.

Enjoy!

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I just picked up a 2001 911 Cab Tip and have a few small problems. While I'm driving awhile, I hear a double chime. This happens every once in a while and no caution lights or gauges out of norm. I don't have a radio code. Where do I get the ser.# and if I need to pull the radio, how? It is a factory Porsche radio. How do I get a duplicate ignition key? Lots of questions, lots of time.

stkitts,

As others have stated, you have the trafficpro nav/radio in your car. I retrofitted one in my 02C4S as an alternative to the double-din aftermarket units. If you google the term "trafficpro" you will find sites you can download the manual from. the Porsche model designation on my unit Becker is 4763, although they were made by Becker for several auto mfgs. including BMW. The manual will walk you through the code issue ( once you get it from the dealer or Becker as Loren suggests). My code for the trafficpro in my car is a 5 digit number as compared to the CDR-220 it replaced was a 4 digit code FWIW.

If you get stuck trying to find get the manual, send me a PM and I will respond with pdf file of the manual.

Good Luck!! demosan :cheers:

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