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Try 0369  

From the Lost Radio Code FAQ... I get a WAIT on the display - what do I do? You have to wait at least 30 minutes before trying again.

Try 4761  

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Hello Loren,

Can you check this code again? The 4497/4495 did not work. I also tried 4493 4491 4499 4501 as you suggested (up by 2).

2000 Boxster 2.7

5 speed manual

US = LHD

Becker 1

CDR220/CR220

Type 4462

Serial y5040626

Hello John

Thanks for your feedback

Now try code 5497

Please let me know how you get on...

Your feedback is appreciated regardless

Cheers.

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Need Radio Code:

1997 Boxster 2.5

CDR-21

Model # BE 2280

Serial # V5011853

Thanks a lot.

Try 6875

or

6873

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thanks for the quick answer, but it doesn't work.

I've checked the Model & Serial No. another time, they're right.

What can i do?

I've forgot to say that the car is currently in germany, but it's from US

(5 speed manual)

Thank You

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Need Radio Code:

1997 Boxster 2.5

CDR-21

Model # BE 2280

Serial # V5011853

Thanks a lot.

Try 6875

or

6873

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thanks for the quick answer, but it doesn't work.

I've checked the Model & Serial No. another time, they're right.

What can i do?

I've forgot to say that the car is currently in germany, but it's from US

(5 speed manual)

Thank You

Just checked,

you're not far off..

Use code 6876

Let me know how you get on....

Cheers.

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Need Radio Code:

1997 Boxster 2.5

CDR-21

Model # BE 2280

Serial # V5011853

Thanks a lot.

Try 6875

or

6873

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Thanks for the quick answer, but it doesn't work.

I've checked the Model & Serial No. another time, they're right.

What can i do?

I've forgot to say that the car is currently in germany, but it's from US

(5 speed manual)

Thank You

Just checked,

you're not far off..

Use code 6876

Let me know how you get on....

Cheers.

I love you :drive: :thankyou: :thankyou:

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I haven't found many requests for the Nav radio code. Is is possible to get the code through this post? Is there a any scan tool available that can retrieve this code and if so which controller does the code reside?

Becker 2582

Type: IDIS

Serial No.: Y5007717

Thanks

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I haven't found many requests for the Nav radio code. Is is possible to get the code through this post? Is there a any scan tool available that can retrieve this code and if so which controller does the code reside?

Becker 2582

Type: IDIS

Serial No.: Y5007717

Thanks

From the FAQ...

"Can you give me a code for my PCM (or Traffic Pro)?

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

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Got one for a MY 99' I am trying to figure out..

Tp. Pcm

Mod BE 2562

Ser X5008164

Anyone?

TIA!

With all due respect, your question has been answered in the

previous post, and in the FAQ post.

However, I'll offer some advice for your benefit and the

community.

Although I haven't seen BE2562 specifically, it belongs to the

range of navigation systems BE2560, BE2580 and BE2582. These

units are all manufactured jointly between Becker and Siemens

These units require two codes. The first one requested is the

Siemans code, to unlock Sieman's protection. The second code

requested, unlocks Beckers protection. You will notice two

serial numbers on the unit - Siemens and Becker.

Only Porsche, Alfa Romeo and Lancia have access to the Siemans codes

based on Siemens serial number. Access to this database is not

available from any other source.

So, the best advice is to contact Porsche, where they will provide

both the Siemens code and the Becker code.

I'm saying all this, because I've heard of these units being

unintentionally LOCKED through owners entering

multiple Becker codes for the first code requested. In this

situation it may be very difficult for the main dealer to help

you, or at least very expensive.

So the short answer is... contact Porsche. And the long answer

............is still the same

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Hi Loren,

I have tried your two codes 6754,6752 and also 6756 6758 6750 6753.

It doesn't work.

Have you an other proposal?

Thanks

Patrick

Hi,

I haven't the radio code of my new car 996 carrera 2 01/2000 (black)

Becker 1

type 4467

# X5021326

24/99

Many thanks in advance

Patrick

Try

6754

or

6752

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 tried your two codes 6754,6752 and also 6756 6758 6750 6753.

It doesn't work.

Have you an other proposal?

Thanks

Patrick

Hi,

I haven't the radio code of my new car 996 carrera 2 01/2000 (black)

Becker 1

type 4467

# X5021326

24/99

Many thanks in advance

Patrick

Try

6754

or

6752

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

PLEASE read the FAQ.

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Hi,

I haven't the radio code of my new car 996 carrera 2 01/2000 (black)

Becker 1

type 4467

# X5021326

24/99

Many thanks in advance

Patrick

Hi Patrick

Just looked it up.

Try code 6765

let me know how you get on.

Cheers.

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Hi,

I haven't the radio code of my new car 996 carrera 2 01/2000 (black)

Becker 1

type 4467

# X5021326

24/99

Many thanks in advance

Patrick

Hi Patrick

Just looked it up.

Try code 6765

let me know how you get on.

Cheers.

Bingo! the good code

Many many Thanks Bruce

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Okay, I just recently disconnected the battery, and after reconnecting, I tried both of those and they don't work, perhaps my serial number is actually W5018669? Would that yield different results? The digital display makes it weird to decipher the serial number. Again, thanks in advance!

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Going to have some work done that may involve disconnecting the battery, I think it maybe a good idea to have it just in case.

My serial number is WSO18669, thank you ahead of time. Oh, and it's a Becker CDR-210.

Try 9928

or

9926

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

Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

Okay, I just recently disconnected the battery, and after reconnecting, I tried both of those and they don't work, perhaps my serial number is actually W5018669? Would that yield different results? The digital display makes it weird to decipher the serial number. Again, thanks in advance!

Get the real serial number using the procedure in the FAQ.

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