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I tried 9379 and 9377, but it is still locked. Any other suggested codes. Thank you so much for responding.

Did you read the FAQ? I think not.

I don't understand, what am I missing?

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I tried 9379 and 9377, but it is still locked. Any other suggested codes. Thank you so much for responding.

Did you read the FAQ? I think not.

I don't understand, what am I missing?

Oh, I see

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I have 2002 911 Turbo, CDR 220, type 4462, Serial 250 151 15 (there may be an "I" in front of number?).

thanks, Bill

ps. I disconnected battery to change ignition switch, used the $34 Audi part and the directions given on this site, went well - thanks.

Try 9657

or

9655

I have tried both of them twice and they did not work. I have gone through the 60 minute WAIT twice. It now comes up as code.

Another combination? Thanks, Bill

You can verify the serial number using the technique in the FAQ.

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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I have 2002 911 Turbo, CDR 220, type 4462, Serial 250 151 15 (there may be an "I" in front of number?).

thanks, Bill

ps. I disconnected battery to change ignition switch, used the $34 Audi part and the directions given on this site, went well - thanks.

Try 9657

or

9655

I have tried both of them twice and they did not work. I have gone through the 60 minute WAIT twice. It now comes up as code.

Another combination? Thanks, Bill

You can verify the serial number using the technique in the FAQ.

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

All is answered in the FAQ (hint hint)

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Hi Loren! Basically I'm in the same boat as most people; worked a bit with the battery, had to unplug the radio from the power and now I'm stuck with no radio since I misplaced the code.

Info:

2000 Porsche Carrera 4

CR-220

Type 4362

Ser. X5018488

47/98

Any reply would be greatly appreciated!!!

EDIT: It is a Becker 1 radio.

Edited by ahaitsmike

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Hi Loren! Basically I'm in the same boat as most people; worked a bit with the battery, had to unplug the radio from the power and now I'm stuck with no radio since I misplaced the code.

Info:

2000 Porsche Carrera 4

CR-220

Type 4362

Ser. X5018488

47/98

Any reply would be greatly appreciated!!!

EDIT: It is a Becker 1 radio.

Try 7728

or

7726

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! Basically I'm in the same boat as most people; worked a bit with the battery, had to unplug the radio from the power and now I'm stuck with no radio since I misplaced the code.

Info:

2000 Porsche Carrera 4

CR-220

Type 4362

Ser. X5018488

47/98

Any reply would be greatly appreciated!!!

EDIT: It is a Becker 1 radio.

Try 7728

or

7726

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Hmm... tried 7728, 7726 and 7724, but nothing so far.

I'll keep trying multiples of two until I get it. I'll post up what the code is once i get it.

Thanks Loren!!

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Hi, Loren. I'm going to install the pnp rear speakers and i'm reasy to go just need one more thing, the radio code: CDR220 Becker "1" Type:4462 Serial # X5038201 cd: cdp2081. 2000 Box "S" Thanks, Scott Stieber

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Hi, Loren. I'm going to install the pnp rear speakers and i'm reasy to go just need one more thing, the radio code: CDR220 Becker "1" Type:4462 Serial # X5038201 cd: cdp2081. 2000 Box "S" Thanks, Scott Stieber

Try 1096

or

1094

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, Name is Chris and we just did some work on a 2001 Boxster and need a radio code. Becker number is: 4462 and the serieal number is YS046565

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Hi Loren, Name is Chris and we just did some work on a 2001 Boxster and need a radio code. Becker number is: 4462 and the serieal number is YS046565

Try 5388

or

5386

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, Name is Chris and we just did some work on a 2001 Boxster and need a radio code. Becker number is: 4462 and the serieal number is YS046565

Try 5388

or

5386

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thanks worked like a charm

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Hi Loren, just picked up a CDR-220 for my 2002 C4 to replace the tape player unit. the Serial number on the side of the unit is 15088362. Can you help with the code please?

Thanks

Rex

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Hi Loren, just picked up a CDR-220 for my 2002 C4 to replace the tape player unit. the Serial number on the side of the unit is 15088362. Can you help with the code please?

Thanks

Rex

Please see the FAQ to verify the serial number through the front panel of the radio. Then confirm it here.

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Hi, Loren. I'm going to install the pnp rear speakers and i'm reasy to go just need one more thing, the radio code: CDR220 Becker "1" Type:4462 Serial # X5038201 cd: cdp2081. 2000 Box "S" Thanks, Scott Stieber

Try 1096

or

1094

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Loren, Thanks, it worked on the first try. Scott Stieber

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Hi Loren,

I'm in the same boat, car's been off the road over winter and radio's locked. Details:

Becker CDR-21

S/N: V5010128

Thanks for your patience.

Ravi :help:

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Hi Loren,

I'm in the same boat, car's been off the road over winter and radio's locked. Details:

Becker CDR-21

S/N: V5010128

Thanks for your patience.

Ravi :help:

Try 8192

or

8190

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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I have 2002 911 Turbo, CDR 220, type 4462, Serial 250 151 15 (there may be an "I" in front of number?).

thanks, Bill

ps. I disconnected battery to change ignition switch, used the $34 Audi part and the directions given on this site, went well - thanks.

Try 9657

or

9655

I have tried both of them twice and they did not work. I have gone through the 60 minute WAIT twice. It now comes up as code.

Another combination? Thanks, Bill

You can verify the serial number using the technique in the FAQ.

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

All is answered in the FAQ (hint hint)

ok, thank you, 9659 did work.

p.s. the computation of the code number could be dependent on how each computer system treats round-off and thus a number differing by two may be the result in another system.

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Hi Loren:

I just came upon this site after calling dealers for the past 3 days on my radio code! I bought a 2000 Boxster S from a private seller and never got the radio code. Alas, my battery needed to be changed, and so now I can't get the radio code! Here's the info - any help is appreciated...

Becker 1

Type: 4362

Serial: X5018874

47/98

Thank you again!

-Priscilla

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Hi Loren:

I just came upon this site after calling dealers for the past 3 days on my radio code! I bought a 2000 Boxster S from a private seller and never got the radio code. Alas, my battery needed to be changed, and so now I can't get the radio code! Here's the info - any help is appreciated...

Becker 1

Type: 4362

Serial: X5018874

47/98

Thank you again!

-Priscilla

Try 9553

or 9551

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, just picked up a CDR-220 for my 2002 C4 to replace the tape player unit. the Serial number on the side of the unit is 15088362. Can you help with the code please?

Thanks

Rex

Loren I got the radio hooked up and verifited the S/N is 15088362 model number 4462.

Rex

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