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9 hours ago, Luc Duranleau said:

Any help would be appreciated...

Becker radio with no code ....

Boxter 2000     radio ser- Y5042224

Thank you

 

Try 8580

 

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A little help please...

 

Becker Radio CDR 220

Type 4462

Ser - X5031424

 

Oh yeah... how long before "WAIT" message goes away

 

Thank you in advance!

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3 hours ago, Mcblakems said:

Hey guys I just changed the battery on my 2000 boxster and I can't find the radio code, type 4462, y5035580 serial, cdr 220

 

Try 9284

 

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I installed a new battery in my 2000 Boxster. Of course, radio code is elusive. BE 4462 X 5032552. Thank you for your help.

 

Bruce

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5 minutes ago, LucyLab said:

I installed a new battery in my 2000 Boxster. Of course, radio code is elusive. BE 4462 X 5032552. Thank you for your help.

 

Bruce

 

Try 9126

 

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2 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Try 9126

 

That was really fast and it worked! Thank you so much. However, now I cannot slide the radio back into its slot. Have I bent something?

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8 minutes ago, LucyLab said:

That was really fast and it worked! Thank you so much. However, now I cannot slide the radio back into its slot. Have I bent something?

 

Did you put the keys back in?

Pull it out a little and look to depress the side clips.

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2 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Did you put the keys back in?

Pull it out a little and look to depress the side clips.

 

2 hours ago, Loren said:

 

Did you put the keys back in?

Pull it out a little and look to depress the side clips.

Yes, I left keys in. Should I take them out? Side clips are recessed into the sides of the chassis.

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2 hours ago, LucyLab said:

 

Yes, I left keys in. Should I take them out? Side clips are recessed into the sides of the chassis.

 

2 hours ago, Loren said:

Just make sure the radio is straight and slide back in.

It's difficult to apply too much pressure to the face without pressing on buttons at the same time, but I've been working to push it back in for several days without any luck. I'm tempted to try applying a little lubricant on the two clamps inside that obviously secure the chassis.

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The side clips are in flush but I can't remove the keys as well as pushing in the chassis. WTH am I doing wrong?

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2 hours ago, Loren said:

As I recall you press the tabs on the side of the radio to release the keys.

My college degree is not helping me here.

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Hey!

 

I had a dead battery and can't find my code to get my radio to work again.

 

I checked my Becker CDR220 and the serial number is W5003111 .  Any help with my code would be awesome!

 

Thank you!

 

Scott

Edited by Scott Mathison
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