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2000 911

WP0AA2992YS620556

CR220

BE4362

X5019112

EX: 111

99664512500

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23 minutes ago, EVANSAUTO said:

2000 911

WP0AA2992YS620556

CR220

BE4362

X5019112

EX: 111

99664512500

 

Try 5795

 

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On 5/14/2020 at 9:29 AM, Lou Bev said:

Still struggling with this and I can't get the code. I called my local dealer 3 times and they never return my call. If you can help please.

 

It is a Becker 1

Type 4462

Serial# 25017566

 

Does it help you if I add the vin#?

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1 hour ago, Lou Bev said:

 

Does it help you if I add the vin#?

 

Let's guess it is 25017568

Try 5324

 

Let's guess it is 25017560

Try 5160

 

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Thanks Loren but neither one worked, but to be clear, I should only have to enter the correct code one time right? There is not a need to enter it twice for confirmation?

 

Also, not sure if it helps but here is the vin# WP0AA29902S623012

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42 minutes ago, Lou Bev said:

Thanks Loren but neither one worked, but to be clear, I should only have to enter the correct code one time right? There is not a need to enter it twice for confirmation?

 

Also, not sure if it helps but here is the vin# WP0AA29902S623012

 

Yes, then wait a couple of minutes.

 

I gave you two possible codes because part of your last S/N LED is out - so we are guessing.

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Thank you in advance for your help:

2000 911

Becker CR220

4462

W5008613

48/98

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1 hour ago, Mryan1 said:

Thank you in advance for your help:

2000 911

Becker CR220

4462

W5008613

48/98

 

Try 5898

 

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10 hours ago, Rapid Relics said:

Becker 1

4462

X5036190

24/99

Thanks in advance guys!!! 

 

Try 0984

 

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6 hours ago, Christopher Cooper said:

Hi Loren,

 

I too am in need of a radio code:

99 911

CR-220

Becker 1

Type 4362

Serial: X5013242

Date?: 47/98

VIN: WP0AA2991XS625309

 

Thank you!

 

Try 8534

 

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2 hours ago, Francisco Guillermo said:

Hi, first of all thanks for your help! 
 

Typ: CDR 22

Model - No: BE 447

Serial - No: X5018872

 

Thanks again 

 

Try 9537

 

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Hi Loren, 

My battery died and now I'm stuck with no music.

 

02 911 turbo

CDR 220

Model Nr. BE 6625

Serial Nr. 25011906

VIN: WP0AB29992S686543

 

Thank you in advance!

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57 minutes ago, madeinsieradz said:

Hi Loren, 

My battery died and now I'm stuck with no music.

 

02 911 turbo

CDR 220

Model Nr. BE 6625

Serial Nr. 25011906

VIN: WP0AB29992S686543

 

Thank you in advance!

 

Try 0985

 

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Hello!

 

CDR-220

48/98

Type: 4462

Serial: X5023278

 

Thanks so much

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57 minutes ago, nhuy570 said:

Hello!

 

CDR-220

48/98

Type: 4462

Serial: X5023278

 

Thanks so much

 

Try 2407

 

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23 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Try 2407

 

Thanks!!!!

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