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On 5/17/2017 at 9:41 AM, Loren said:

 

Try 4241

 

Hi Loren,

So, I got my removal keys today and swapped in the cdr220 but the code 4241 didn't work.  So after some thought, I went back and read your 'Read This First' post and went through the Becker 1 serial number retrieval procedure and discovered that the last 3 numbers I gave you were incorrect.  The correct info for the radio is:

Model BE4462

Serial no. X5030954

Hopefully that will generate a code that will work

Thanks,

JP

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Had some wrenching on my '95 968 that required me to pull the battery and of course the CR-1 now needs a code.  Previous owner left the manual in the glove box and sure enough had pulled both the code cards.  :-(   I know the CR-1's can't be decode from the serial number, but I'm here for some help.

 

Radio model: 993.645.104.00

S/No: POCR-1R0118855 V40118855B

 

Thanks in advance!

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3 hours ago, JonPaul said:

Hi Loren,

So, I got my removal keys today and swapped in the cdr220 but the code 4241 didn't work.  So after some thought, I went back and read your 'Read This First' post and went through the Becker 1 serial number retrieval procedure and discovered that the last 3 numbers I gave you were incorrect.  The correct info for the radio is:

Model BE4462

Serial no. X5030954

Hopefully that will generate a code that will work

Thanks,

JP

 

Try 5043

 

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2 hours ago, davand said:

Had some wrenching on my '95 968 that required me to pull the battery and of course the CR-1 now needs a code.  Previous owner left the manual in the glove box and sure enough had pulled both the code cards.  :-(   I know the CR-1's can't be decode from the serial number, but I'm here for some help.

 

Radio model: 993.645.104.00

S/No: POCR-1R0118855 V40118855B

 

Thanks in advance!

 

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ - we can not support that radio.

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5 hours ago, NigelM said:

Hi Loren

wonder if you could provide the radio code for my 2000 Boxster S

Becker 1

type 4467

serial no y5022457

 

thank you in advance for your help

Nigel

 

Try 4782

 

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 Hey guys, I believe I started a new topic by mistake. I have a 2001 Boxster and had to replace the multifunction switch. I didn't have a radio code so I tried some from this site, alas with no luck. Any help to get me out of the WAIT state and a valid radio code would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Becker 1

Type 4462

S/N 15061604

24/99

CD CDP2081

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Just now, Dewman said:

 Hey guys, I believe I started a new topic by mistake. I have a 2001 Boxster and had to replace the multifunction switch. I didn't have a radio code so I tried some from this site, alas with no luck. Any help to get me out of the WAIT state and a valid radio code would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Becker 1

Type 4462

S/N 15061604

24/99

CD CDP2081

 

Radio codes are specific to each radio.

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ...

 

Try 4131

 

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19 hours ago, Loren said:

 

You need to read the Lost Radio Code FAQ - we can not support that radio.

Hi Loren,

 

Yes, I did read the FAQ.  Thought I'd at least try the forum to see if anybody had any luck at all with a CR-1.  I'll try the dealer, but all my research says that they won't help.  Don't know what they do if they had the 968 in the shop for service with the battery pulled for any length of time. Looks like I might be shopping for a replacement radio.

 

You have a great service for Porsche owners.  Many thanks from all of us!

 

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16 minutes ago, Jeffhsr said:

Sorry...the Serial Number is  V 5011838

 

Try 6756

If that does not work then your radio has likely been repaired by a third party. In that case only Becker Autosound can help you... sorry.

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