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I have a Becker 1 CDR-220 1999 Porsche Carrera SN#Y5047765

Thanks, Bull

Try 4783

or

4781

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

First Code worked great! Thanks!

Bull

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Hi All,

I have tried

1128

1130

6401

6403

& now the radio is counting down from 10 mins,does this means Ive run out of goes till the 10 mins relapses?

I think i got the code for the radio,but now it was the pcn that was left,this car has sat nav & it is 2001 boxster s,does this mean any different?

Hi All,

I thought i would add this info

Boxster S,2001,right hand drive,sat nav

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Hi All,

I have tried

1128

1130

6401

6403

& now the radio is counting down from 10 mins,does this means Ive run out of goes till the 10 mins relapses?

I think i got the code for the radio,but now it was the pcn that was left,this car has sat nav & it is 2001 boxster s,does this mean any different?

Hi All,

I thought i would add this info

Boxster S,2001,right hand drive,sat nav

I already answered your other post on this - why are posting this here?

Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM (or Traffic Pro) code is from a dealer/ OPC.

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Hello! I have lost my radio code, someone can help me?

Becker1

type 4467

Serial: W5006481

Boxster 2.5 tiptronic,

year 1999

interior black

model Europe

Many thanks!

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hello:

can anyone help me come up with becker cr-210 radio code

model R 2095

serial number t5001718

Thanks

Dave

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hello:

can anyone help me come up with becker cr-210 radio code

model R 2095

serial number t5001718

Thanks

Dave

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hello

My battery died over the winter

and cant find my radio code

maybe someone would be kind enough to help

becker cdr-220

type:4462

serie:x5033124

48/98

thanks in advance

dan

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tried both of those to no avail...also tried 8620,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30 continues to ask for code when putting in the numbers all 4 show up then first one start blinking

any other ideas?

1996 993 becker cr-210

r 2095

t5001718

Thanks in advance

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hello

My battery died over the winter

and cant find my radio code

maybe someone would be kind enough to help

becker cdr-220

type:4462

serie:x5033124

48/98

thanks in advance

dan

Try 0422

or

0420

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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tried both of those to no avail...also tried 8620,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30 continues to ask for code when putting in the numbers all 4 show up then first one start blinking

any other ideas?

1996 993 becker cr-210

r 2095

t5001718

Thanks in advance

Please read the FAQ - that is all I can do.

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Perhaps I needed to "Add a reply" instead of "Add a new topic?"

1999 996 Cab

Becker CR-210

Radio Model - R 3297

Serial Number - W5022363

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU

If this ended up in the right place (finally :-) That's probably where the confusion is. I was thinking that my "Start a new topic" would put my request in with the others. I'm new to this forum. Maybe right above the link in the FAQ, you could say "When you follow the link below, use the "Add Reply" button. Do not "Start a new topic".

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Perhaps I needed to "Add a reply" instead of "Add a new topic?"

1999 996 Cab

Becker CR-210

Radio Model - R 3297

Serial Number - W5022363

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU

If this ended up in the right place (finally :-) That's probably where the confusion is. I was thinking that my "Start a new topic" would put my request in with the others. I'm new to this forum. Maybe right above the link in the FAQ, you could say "When you follow the link below, use the "Add Reply" button. Do not "Start a new topic".

Try 6860

or

6858

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

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Found this link - worked great. The first code it provided worked for me.

After entering the code, I had to press the UP button on the right side of the radio in my 1999 996. I was expecting it to just unlock after the 4th digit was entered. But it didn't unlock until I pressed the up button for "enter".

This website had the code I needed. (I think it only works for some models)

Radio Codes

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Hi

I need the radio code

my stereo is a Becker Porsche CDR - 220

Serial Number: Y5053447

anyone help

thanks

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