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Hello Loren,

 

also in Austria we have "small" problems with radio code ;-)

 

Can you help me??

 

Ser. # x5033373
Type. 4462
CDP 2081

48/98
 

Thanks
Christian

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Hello Loren,

 

also in Austria we have "small" problems with radio code ;-)

 

Can you help me??

 

Ser. # x5033373

Type. 4462

CDP 2081

48/98

 

Thanks

Christian

 

Try 6751

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Hello Loren,

 

also in Austria we have "small" problems with radio code ;-)

 

Can you help me??

 

Ser. # x5033373

Type. 4462

CDP 2081

48/98

 

Thanks

Christian

 

Try 6751

 

Thank you very much, i will try tomorrow and give short feedback!

 

Best greetings from Austria

Christian

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I put a new battery in my 1999 Boxster and now I need a radio code to re-activate the radio.  I followed the excellent instructions on how to get the serial and model numbers.  They are:

 

Radio:  CDR 210

Model:  R3297

Serial Number:  W5023895

 

Can anyone help me with getting a radio code...thanks

 

 

 

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I put a new battery in my 1999 Boxster and now I need a radio code to re-activate the radio.  I followed the excellent instructions on how to get the serial and model numbers.  They are:

 

Radio:  CDR 210

Model:  R3297

Serial Number:  W5023895

 

Can anyone help me with getting a radio code...thanks

 

Try 6832

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can you help me get my radio code, im not sure if it is a cd or a cdr 220, but the serial # is Y5044238. this for a 2000 boxster s. thanks in advance.

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can you help me get my radio code, im not sure if it is a cd or a cdr 220, but the serial # is Y5044238. this for a 2000 boxster s. thanks in advance.

 

Try 9816

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Greetings from Finland, I took out my 986 ( 2000 model ) for the first time in 2 years and my radio is on WAIT "mode", can you pls help me?

 

My ser is: Y5043254

CDR-220

24/99 <- don't know what that means.

 

Thank you so much if you can help <3

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Greetings from Finland, I took out my 986 ( 2000 model ) for the first time in 2 years and my radio is on WAIT "mode", can you pls help me?

 

My ser is: Y5043254

CDR-220

24/99 <- don't know what that means.

 

Thank you so much if you can help <3

 

Try 8630

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Hi I have a 1999 Porsche 911 with a CDR 220 and would appreciate help with my radio code

Becker Type 1: 4462

Serial # X5023458

Any help greatly appreciated!

Edited by shifty911

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Hi I have a 1999 Porsche 911 with a CDR 220 and would appreciate help with my radio code

Becker Type 1: 4462

Serial # X5023458

Any help greatly appreciated!

 

Try 4610

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Hi I have a 1999 Porsche 911 with a CDR 220 and would appreciate help with my radio code

Becker Type 1: 4462

Serial # X5023458

Any help greatly appreciated!

 

Try 4610

 

It worked! Thank you!

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Hi Loren,

 

I need a radio code for W5008844

 

Thanks!

 

Karst

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Hello,

 

Just bought an '02 Boxster, and the battery was changed.

Can you give me the radio code for Becker CDR-220 S/N - 15005567?

 

Thanks!

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Hello,

 

Just bought an '02 Boxster, and the battery was changed.

Can you give me the radio code for Becker CDR-220 S/N - 15005567?

 

Thanks!

 

Question marks do not work for serial numbers - we must have the complete serial number.

Please use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get your serial number.

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Just found this site and it's Great.

Hope someone can help.

Dead battery and no Code Card

 

CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser1 15088961

24/99

 

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you

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