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Help please: bought 1999 Boxster  with dead battery and of course no radio codes.  Followed the directions that were posted and retrieved the Becker radio serial number X5023652....any help you can give is appreciated. Thank you in advance....

 

Try 4135

 

Thank you It worked ..........

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We pushed in 4462

For our boxter 2000 with cdr 220 radio as this was hat it read

Code 4462

24/99

Serial code CDP2081

 

 

...  sorry serial number is Y5038020

 

 

 

Try 2161

 

i need a radio code for a cdr 220 serial is x5024662 48/98 4462 please help

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need radio code for cdr 220 serial is x5024662 4462 48/98 cdp2081 anyone? please help

 

Try 0945

 

yes! bro u are a life saver thank you so much!

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Hello

 

I am also new here, just discovered this forum!

 

I also need a code for my radio.

 

Thank you for your Help!

 

CRR-220

S# W5010205 30/98

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Hello

 

I am also new here, just discovered this forum!

 

I also need a code for my radio.

 

Thank you for your Help!

 

CRR-220

S# W5010205 30/98

 

Try 2393

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Please help. Just changed battery in Boxster and do not have manual/code for the stereo. 

 

Model: BE2282

Serial: V5007222

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

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Please help. Just changed battery in Boxster and do not have manual/code for the stereo. 

 

Model: BE2282

Serial: V5007222

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Try 0950

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Hi I bought a 1997 Porsche Boxster however it did not come with the radio code and I am not sure how to find one. I followed your instructions on my CDR-210 Radio and the type is R2896 the Serial number is V5005672 can you help me please?

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Hi I bought a 1997 Porsche Boxster however it did not come with the radio code and I am not sure how to find one. I followed your instructions on my CDR-210 Radio and the type is R2896 the Serial number is V5005672 can you help me please?

 

Try 0835

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Good afternoon everyone! New to the forum and lucky to have found you all! I have a 1999 911 Carrera with the CDR-220 radio Model #4426. Like everyone else, have all my paperwork but no radio code and dead battery reset... So frustrating. Serial # is 15075143. Thanks a million!

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Good afternoon everyone! New to the forum and lucky to have found you all! I have a 1999 911 Carrera with the CDR-220 radio Model #4426. Like everyone else, have all my paperwork but no radio code and dead battery reset... So frustrating. Serial # is 15075143. Thanks a million!

 

Try 0698

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Hello,

 

I was wondering if you could help me with the radio code with a 2000 Porsche Boxster that I recently purchased?

 

Becker 1

Y5035676

24/99

 

Thank you

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Hello,

 

I was wondering if you could help me with the radio code with a 2000 Porsche Boxster that I recently purchased?

 

Becker 1

Y5035676

24/99

 

Thank you

 

Try 0867

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