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my friend tried those codes,no dice also, thank you for your help

any others?trying to not call the dealer lol....

I think you are stuck calling the dealer.

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Loren --

2000 996 C2 Code needed. Thanks in advance!!

CDR-220

Type 4462

Serial # X503 1318 48/98

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my friend tried those codes,no dice also, thank you for your help

any others?trying to not call the dealer lol....

actually codes were correct,had them all along,but in my case.......after entering the code i press "volume up" button.....and walah...it worked just for your info

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Hi Loren,

Hoping you can possibly recover the code...

Type: CDR-210

Serial #: V5006673

Model #: BE 2282

Porshce part #: 993.645.120.01

EC: 103

Thank you for your help! Can't wait to have a functional radio in the car after 9 mos. without!!!

Craig

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Hi Loren,

Hoping you can possibly recover the code...

Type: CDR-210

Serial #: V5006673

Model #: BE 2282

Porshce part #: 993.645.120.01

EC: 103

Thank you for your help! Can't wait to have a functional radio in the car after 9 mos. without!!!

Craig

Try 0653

or

0651

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Hello Loren,

I have the same problem.

Becker CDR 220

type 4462

serial # X5038198

Your help is graetly appreciated!

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Thanks Loren, but somehow the correct code came out as 9410. Appreciate your efforts though.

For the serial number that you gave me?

Did you check it through the display procedure?

I am not usually far off.

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First I want to say thank you in advance for your help. It is very much appreciated!

Becker CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Number Y5052990

Also says 24/99

Once again thank you for your help!

Tony

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First I want to say thank you in advance for your help. It is very much appreciated!

Becker CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Number Y5052990

Also says 24/99

Once again thank you for your help!

Tony

Try 4949

or

4947

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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I tried 4949 - Nothing

then 4947 - Nothing

and finally 4949 again and just got the "Wait".

Not sure it matters but the car is a 2002 Boxster S.

I really appreciate the help. Do you think it needs to go to the dealer?

Regards

Tony

First I want to say thank you in advance for your help. It is very much appreciated!

Becker CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Number Y5052990

Also says 24/99

Once again thank you for your help!

Tony

Try 4949

or

4947

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Hi Loren,

I have a CDR 22

Model (BE 4467)

S/N: Y5028579

Can you decode this?

Thanks in advance!

Try 5624

or

5622

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Wow! That was fast !

I'll go and try it now.

Thanks!

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Hi Loren,

I have a CDR 22

Model (BE 4467)

S/N: Y5028579

Can you decode this?

Thanks in advance!

Try 5624

or

5622

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Wow! That was fast !

I'll go and try it now.

Thanks!

5626 worked!

That's most excellent Loren, you are a true gentleman!

I am very grateful!

Thanks again,

Philip

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Broke my 1999 C2 cab out of hibernation only to discover I do not have the radio code!

1999 C2 cabriolet tip

Becker CDR 210

Type R 3297

Serial # W 5024623

Any help would be most appreciated.

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Broke my 1999 C2 cab out of hibernation only to discover I do not have the radio code!

1999 C2 cabriolet tip

Becker CDR 210

Type R 3297

Serial # W 5024623

Any help would be most appreciated.

Try 0633

or

0631

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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I should have read your instructions better! I tried 4951 which worked perfectly.

Thank You!

Tony

I tried 4949 - Nothing

then 4947 - Nothing

and finally 4949 again and just got the "Wait".

Not sure it matters but the car is a 2002 Boxster S.

I really appreciate the help. Do you think it needs to go to the dealer?

Regards

Tony

First I want to say thank you in advance for your help. It is very much appreciated!

Becker CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Number Y5052990

Also says 24/99

Once again thank you for your help!

Tony

Try 4949

or

4947

If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so...

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Hi Loren-

I have a CDR220.

Type: 4462

Serial Number: x5035062

Thanks for your help!

-Jeremy

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