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Lost Radio Code - post your request here

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1 hour ago, Derek Michaels said:

Image attached hopefully for help. Power wire popped off, in “need code” mode. 

 

 

A7700D46-37B2-43F7-970F-4D17C6544EAF.jpeg

 

Please use the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get your readable serial number and then post it here.

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Hi I have an Boxster from 2003 with a Becker radio CR-2200, serial number 2500 1200, see picture. Do you have a code to unlock it? BR Per Västervik Sweden

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Just now, Per Bäckström said:

Hi I have an Boxster from 2003 with a Becker radio CR-2200, serial number 2500 1200, see picture. Do you have a code to unlock it? BR Per Västervik Sweden

20200705_171555.jpg

 

Try 8578

 

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Hi and thanks for all of the help here!

 

I have a CR-220 radio in a 2001 Boxster S.

Serial # is 15050293

Type # is 4362.

 

Do you have a code to unlock it? Thank you!

 

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34 minutes ago, powers99 said:

Hi and thanks for all of the help here!

 

I have a CR-220 radio in a 2001 Boxster S.

Serial # is 15050293

Type # is 4362.

 

Do you have a code to unlock it? Thank you!

 

 

Try 7681

 

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Posted (edited)

Hi I have a 2001 Boxter looking for the radio code

 

CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Y5054179

IMG_0283.jpg

Edited by mdferndog

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1 hour ago, mdferndog said:

Hi I have a 2001 Boxter looking for the radio code

 

CR-220

Type 4462

Serial Y5054179

IMG_0283.jpg

 

Try 4760

 

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I just bought a 2002 Boxster and the seller had replaced the battery, but didn’t have the code documentation. I did the procedure found in the FAQ and could use a hand finding my unlock code for this:

type 4462

24/99

#1506 1867

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Posted (edited)

Hi everyone, 

Serial is W5002390 on my CDR-220 Type 4462

 

Is it possible to get the code?

 

Thanks!

Edited by Fabrice

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48 minutes ago, Cycloneusa said:

I just bought a 2002 Boxster and the seller had replaced the battery, but didn’t have the code documentation. I did the procedure found in the FAQ and could use a hand finding my unlock code for this:

type 4462

24/99

#1506 1867

 

Try 0573

 

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14 minutes ago, Fabrice said:

Hi everyone, 

Serial is W5002390 on my CDR-220 Type 4462

 

Is it possible to get the code?

 

Thanks!

 

Try 0762

 

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5 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Try 0762

 

 

That's the code i have in the booklet but doesn't seem to work. Any other possible issue?

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9 minutes ago, Fabrice said:

 

That's the code i have in the booklet but doesn't seem to work. Any other possible issue?

 

Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ?

If not, then please do so and repost with the correct serial number.

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4 minutes ago, Loren said:

 

Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ?

If not, then please do so and repost with the correct serial number.

Yes i got it through the TP button. I will try again in 1 hour when the WAIT resets... I'll go see the dealer if it doesn't work

 

Thanks!

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18 hours ago, Fabrice said:

Yes i got it through the TP button. I will try again in 1 hour when the WAIT resets... I'll go see the dealer if it doesn't work

 

Thanks!

 

I tried again after the WAIT period, definetly gave the good Serial and radio won't take the code. I am not finding anything online regarding this issue. Anybody have any clue? Or should i go to the dealer?

 

Thanks!

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2 hours ago, Fabrice said:

 

I tried again after the WAIT period, definetly gave the good Serial and radio won't take the code. I am not finding anything online regarding this issue. Anybody have any clue? Or should i go to the dealer?

 

Thanks!

 

Chances are that your radio was repaired at some time by someone other than Becker. So, sorry no know will be able to fix the radio other than Becker.

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1 hour ago, Loren said:

 

Chances are that your radio was repaired at some time by someone other than Becker. So, sorry no know will be able to fix the radio other than Becker.

 

Ok thanks, i will try to pull out the radio or see if i can find another code from a repairman. Otherwise, i'll just buy a new one.

 

It is a sad day for me today.

 

Thanks a lot for your help

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Hello all,

I installed a new battery and do not have the radio code.  Any help?
boxster 02

CDR220

CDP2081

type 4462

Serial # 25016476

Thanks

Anthony

 

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Loren,

 

Radio: CDR-220

Model # BE 4462

Serial # W5006091

 

Thank you Loren

 

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1 hour ago, Anthony C said:

Hello all,

I installed a new battery and do not have the radio code.  Any help?
boxster 02

CDR220

CDP2081

type 4462

Serial # 25016476

Thanks

Anthony

 

Try 1094

 

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22 minutes ago, CabrioArtie said:

Loren,

 

Radio: CDR-220

Model # BE 4462

Serial # W5006091

 

Thank you Loren

 

Try 9287

 

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Hi - 

 

New user, putting in bluetooth/aux module on Becker CDR-220.  The car came with all the records since new, but the radio card wasn't present. 

Please share code for:

Type:4462

Serial #: Y5035237

24/99

 

Thanks in advance, 

Eric G

 

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