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Boxster issues


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Loren -

Thank You Very Much... The code worked and the radio is starting to come alive !!!

 

I have an issue maybe you could help me with...

The car I recently purchased is a 2004 Boxster and someone before me had put an aftermarket radio in the car.

In doing so, they cut the speaker plug completely out and spliced in a different plug to fit the aftermarket radio.

 

The only thing nice is that while cutting a number of wires from the power supply plug, they left the plug behind so I was able to solder the wires they cut and get that plug back to operational. I'd like to get a factory plug for the Speakers and splice them back in as well. Do you know where I could locate said plug ?

 

Also, is there a way to know what the original radio was that came in the car when it was new ?

It's not that big of deal but not knowing these cars that well, I can't tell if the CDR-220 is a 2004 thing or if it really should be the CDR-22

 

And two more things, if you could help with them - 

I'm not sure about the antenna as to what the plug end coming from the car is supposed to look like as well, I have a loose Yellow plug that appears to be part of the car wiring for the radio (Or at least that area) and while it looks to be factory, I don't see what it plugs into, currently it's not fitting any of the spots on the back of the CDR-220 radio that I'm working with. 

 

Again, I appreciate your speediness with getting me a working code for the radio that I bought for getting the car back to looking like it should and look forward to your reply -

 

Thanks,

Ed

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