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On 5/14/2019 at 6:42 PM, Loren said:

 

No.

If the code I gave you did not work then chances are that your radio was repaired by someone other than Becker. If that is the case then I can not help you... sorry.

The code was correct and the radio is working fine, thanks.  The contacts on the back of the radio must not have been making good contact, so the buttons 6 to 0 were not working.

thanks for your help

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Well, before I disconnected battery, I thought I wrote down what was the code.  But it didn't work.  So then I did the Tone-8-0 and got the serial number, which matches what was stamped on the side of the radio (labels were no longer there).

 

Please provide the code for the following:

BE2182

W501609

R3297  <-- 3297 is what I originally wrote down as the code, but apparently it isn't since it shows up when I electronically checked the serial number.

 

Thanks!

Kevin

Atlanta, GA

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34 minutes ago, Kbatl said:

Well, before I disconnected battery, I thought I wrote down what was the code.  But it didn't work.  So then I did the Tone-8-0 and got the serial number, which matches what was stamped on the side of the radio (labels were no longer there).

 

Please provide the code for the following:

BE2182

W501609

R3297  <-- 3297 is what I originally wrote down as the code, but apparently it isn't since it shows up when I electronically checked the serial number.

 

Thanks!

Kevin

Atlanta, GA

 

Try 4171

 

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1 hour ago, Loren said:

 

Try 4171

 

My apologies, missed a digit in the S/N.  Below is the corrected S/N.

 

BE2182

W5010609

 

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Hey Loren,

If you get a chance, can you help me out with an unlock code?

2002 Boxster base
CDR-220
Type: 4462

Serial: 15003179

 

Thanks!

Edited by gurbleflaxis

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9 hours ago, Kbatl said:

My apologies, missed a digit in the S/N.  Below is the corrected S/N.

 

BE2182

W5010609

 

Try 4361

 

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4 hours ago, gurbleflaxis said:

Hey Loren,

If you get a chance, can you help me out with an unlock code?

2002 Boxster base
CDR-220
Type: 4462

Serial: 15003179

 

Thanks!

 

Try 4546

 

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Hello!
Would be so happy if you could help me with the code too..

 

2000 boxster

CDR-22
type: 4467

serial: Y5023319

 

Thank you// Sebastian
 

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1 hour ago, Sebatron said:

Hello!
Would be so happy if you could help me with the code too..

 

2000 boxster

CDR-22
type: 4467

serial: Y5023319

 

Thank you// Sebastian

 

Try 2735

 

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Just finished rebuilding my engine and re-installing it... and yep, realized I don't have the radio code.  Ugh.  My Radio is a CDC-3, and the Serial is W1024450.  Are codes still available via this thread?  Thanks!

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1 hour ago, vromney said:

Just finished rebuilding my engine and re-installing it... and yep, realized I don't have the radio code.  Ugh.  My Radio is a CDC-3, and the Serial is W1024450.  Are codes still available via this thread?  Thanks!

 

CDC-3 is a CD Changer, not a radio.

Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQ.

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2 hours ago, motobum said:

Just got a 1999 911...radio needs a code please?

CDR-210

R3297

W50 19399

 

Thank you!

 

Try 9658

 

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Howdy,

 

I would appreciate getting the code for my radio since I'm about to take it out and add an AUX connection.

 

2001 Boxster

CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser. No.: Y5045277

 

Thanks much! - Carl

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19 minutes ago, RKCarl said:

Howdy,

 

I would appreciate getting the code for my radio since I'm about to take it out and add an AUX connection.

 

2001 Boxster

CDR-220

Type 4462

Ser. No.: Y5045277

 

Thanks much! - Carl

 

Try 8938

 

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Hi I need the code to my 2000 Porsche Boxster Radio:

Becker CDR-220

Type: 4462

Ser: Y5035485

24/99

 

Hope you can help me with this. John 

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8 hours ago, Johnkara said:

Hi I need the code to my 2000 Porsche Boxster Radio:

Becker CDR-220

Type: 4462

Ser: Y5035485

24/99

 

Hope you can help me with this. John 

 

Try 1356

 

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I have a BE 6627  S/N 55045802 I need the radio code. replaced instrument panel on y 06 cayenne and now it reads protect on screen.

Any one know what I need to do?

Thanks

TH

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