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Old 08-05-2014, 06:32 PM   #81
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Car was sitting for over a year with dead battery. Can you help me with a code for:

99 Porsche Boxster
CDR-220
Ser # x5028925
Model 4462
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Porsche Resetting Radio Codes

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Old 08-06-2014, 12:10 AM   #82
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Yes, I did. It didn't work

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Old 08-06-2014, 01:01 AM   #83
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Wow ! a lot of mislaid or lost radio codes..

As a tip, what i have done with each of my cars is make a little card, business card sized on the computer (templates are available in word) with the radio and (and for the land rovers) the security codes.

You can even jazz it up with the maufacturer logo, and make it as OEM looking as you like, i then laminate it (laminators are as cheap as chips) and can make as many as i like, one in the manual wallet, one in the car file etc etc.

Not only is it helpful to have when you disconnect the electrics, its also handy for the next owner.

Just a thought.
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Old 08-06-2014, 08:11 AM   #84
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It's not working I don't have Java and cannot access it.
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Old 08-24-2014, 04:29 PM   #85
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I recently put a new battery in my 911 C4 and had to dig up a code since I am not the original owner; I found this thread and thought I'd pass along what I wound up doing:
I got the model and serial number by using the "hold down the TP button for 10 seconds and then use the right hand knob to display".
I found Porsche Resetting Radio Codes which has a Java-based code generator. It requests just the serial number in one box -- press the "Decode" button after entry. It
provided multiple choices of code, "first choice, second choice , etc" and the first choice 4-digit code worked for me.

Thanks to all who posted on this topic -- very helpful!
Stills works like a charm. Whew!!
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Old 09-07-2014, 03:11 AM   #86
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Hello

I have replaced the battery in my BOXSTER S and need radio code.

Radio serial number is : Y5027931 model : BE 4467.

Unfortunetely the page with javascript application does not work.

Can anyone help me ?

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Old 09-07-2014, 03:16 AM   #87
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I vave replaced battery in my BOXSTER S and need radio code (BECKER CDR22)
Radio serial number is : Y5027931 MODEL : BE 4467
Unfortunetely the page with javascript generator is not working.
Can anyone help me?

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Old 09-07-2014, 07:04 AM   #88
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I vave replaced battery in my BOXSTER S and need radio code (BECKER CDR22)
Radio serial number is : Y5027931 MODEL : BE 4467
Unfortunetely the page with javascript generator is not working.
Can anyone help me?

Thanks in advice.
Since you gave it an attempt, I tried and got INVALID as a response.

What year is your car?
If you have a CDR-23 and I believe CDR 22 , there is no radio code, it connects automatically to the immobilizer. If you got the radio from a different car, I believe you need someone with PWIS or maybe a Durametric to program it

It should just work when you plug it in and turn on the car.
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Old 03-19-2015, 01:14 PM   #89
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Hi, looking for the code to work my Boxster radio please. CDR 220, BE4462, Serial # Y5043688.
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Hi, looking for the code to work my Boxster radio please. CDR 220, BE4462, Serial # Y5043688.
For the above info provided Try 5423
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Bookmarked. I replaced the battery at the end of the season before putting mine away and the code needs to be reset.
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Need help with finding the code for my radio

Type 4462
Serial 15008647

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Need help with finding the code for my radio

Type 4462
Serial 15008647

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9754 should do the trick
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Can you help a guy out?

Type 4462
Serial 15061805

You're the best! Can't believe I didn't know about this forum before!
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Can you help a guy out?

Type 4462
Serial 15061805

You're the best! Can't believe I didn't know about this forum before!
6492 should be the code for your radio
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Thanks! That fixed it!
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Thanks! That fixed it!
No worries... Glad to help out
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Need Code

Have a 1999 Boxster. Had to replace the battery. Need the unlock code for the CDR220 radio. Serial number is X5017740. Thanks!
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