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Hi. I just replaced the battery in my 986 and i do not have the 4 digit security code its a 2000 boxster the radio is a becker 1

type 4462 serial # Y5035874 any help would be greatly appreciated!!!   thanks Scott

 

Try 3204

 

thank you so much!  or should i say danke!

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Hi,

I have a 1997 Boxster that has CDR-210 Type R 2896. S/N: V5007012. Please help me out with the radio code.

Thanks,

 

Try 1287

 

Hi Loren,

The code didn't work. When I input the code in. Nothing happens. Please help me out.

Thanks,

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Hi,

I have a 1997 Boxster that has CDR-210 Type R 2896. S/N: V5007012. Please help me out with the radio code.

Thanks,

 

Try 1287

 

Hi Loren,

The code didn't work. When I input the code in. Nothing happens. Please help me out.

Thanks,

 

 

Please follow the instructions in the Lost Radio Code FAQ

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Hi,

Hope you can help as it's rather too quiet in the Boxster S Yr 2000 I'm driving around in.

Firstly I would like to thank you for helping me obtain the serial number which worked a treat. Details as follows:

CR - 22

Serial Number: X5020328

4367

49/98

Was not sure what info you need out of the above so wrote everything down I read.

Many thanks,

Lynn

PS it does also state Becker

Edited by Lynn Hunt

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Hi,

Hope you can help as it's rather too quiet in the Boxster S Yr 2000 I'm driving around in.

Firstly I would like to thank you for helping me obtain the serial number which worked a treat. Details as follows:

CR - 22

Serial Number: X5020328

4367

49/98

Was not sure what info you need out of the above so wrote everything down I read.

Many thanks,

Lynn

PS it does also state Becker

 

Try 0546

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OMG Loren it worked. I thank you sooo much for making any future journeys a lot more enjoyable.

Can't believe how quick I was getting bored with listening to my own voice due the conversations I was having in my head.

Now I can have a party going on.

Your a star * I'm so grateful.:-)))

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Hi there

 

Another lost code mine is a 2001 Boxster 3.4 Becker radio 4462   Serial Number X5029059   and other numbers are  

48/98  GAL1 00

Can you help?

 

Carlos

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Hi there

 

Another lost code mine is a 2001 Boxster 3.4 Becker radio 4462   Serial Number X5029059   and other numbers are  

48/98  GAL1 00

Can you help?

 

Carlos

 

Try 1787

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Hi there

 

Another lost code mine is a 2001 Boxster 3.4 Becker radio 4462   Serial Number X5029059   and other numbers are  

48/98  GAL1 00

Can you help?

 

Carlos

 

Try 1787

 

Hi there it worked the first time, Now my brother (real owner of the car) thinks I am a god.  Thanks for your Help

Carlos

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Hi. Recently changera My battery and dont have My radiocode.

W5022421

Cdr-210

Many thanks

Pat

PS. This time i Will wrote it down!! D.

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Just bought my first Porsche and I can't decipher the radio code scribbled under the hood.

Can I please get the details for:

CDR 220

Serial # Y5024301

24/99 and 4362 also shown.

Thank you in advance!

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Hi. Recently changera My battery and dont have My radiocode.

W5022421

Cdr-210

Many thanks

Pat

PS. This time i Will wrote it down!! D.

 

Try 0910

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Just bought my first Porsche and I can't decipher the radio code scribbled under the hood.

Can I please get the details for:

CDR 220

Serial # Y5024301

24/99 and 4362 also shown.

Thank you in advance!

 

Try 2905

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Car was sitting for over a year with dead battery. Can you help me with a code for:

99 Porsche Boxster

CDR-220

Ser # x5028925

Model 4462

Thank so much!

Edited by Gcastro1023

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Car was sitting for over a year with dead battery. Can you help me with a code for:

99 Porsche Boxster

CDR-220

Ser # x5028925

Model 4462

Thank so much!

 

Try 3546

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Hi. Recently changera My battery and dont have My radiocode.

W5022421

Cdr-210

Many thanks

Pat

PS. This time i Will wrote it down!! D.

Try 0910

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