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wjim5927

1996 porsche 993 turbo

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I purchased this 1996 993 turbo from a person and it was owned by several persons. I have since recieved my car from the former owner but when I gave power to the audio I should put the password to unlock the cd player. There is a radio code number and books in the car, but the code does not work. So I think that the audio may be repladed with a new one.

Is there any way to know the radio code number whitout replacing a new audio? Thanks!!

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I purchased this 1996 993 turbo from a person and it was owned by several persons. I have since recieved my car from the former owner but when I gave power to the audio I should put the password to unlock the cd player. There is a radio code number and books in the car, but the code does not work. So I think that the audio may be repladed with a new one.

Is there any way to know the radio code number whitout replacing a new audio? Thanks!!

Please read this and follow the instructions...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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If it is orriginal, then the Porsche delar can help, but sice the code with the car isn't working, then . . .

When I picked up a use CD player (CR-220) at the Hershey swap meet to replace the original in dash tape player at, the previous owner of the CD unit wrote the "radio code" on the case of the cd/radio. So if all else fails, try pulling out the unit from the dash and look to see if it has a 4-digit code written on it by a "previous" owner. Good luck.

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