Hi again, just fitted a becker cdr23 6612 into a boxster, there’s no “protect” code but no audio either. Can this be fixed by yourselves?
We get a number of calls from people who have retro fitted this model and then claim that there is no audio coming out. Unlike its twin sister model, the BE6611 CDR23, the model BE6612 CDR23 does not have a built in audio amplifier, and was designed to run an external audio amplifier located elsewhere in the car. If you do not have the upgraded Sound System in your Porsche with external amplifiers, then you will need to find yourself a BE6611 CDR23 as a compatible replacement.
I have a “sound” button that doesn’t work on my stereo. Would this be fixable?
Or am I better off purchasing a second hand cdr23 and having it recoded by yourselves?
We can certainly take a look at your Porsche CDR23 to see what has gone wrong with it – suggest to send it to us for an estimate of repair via this link https://www.dndservices.co.uk/in-car-entertainment-repair-service.html
Hi i recently bought a radio for a peugeot 206 from ebay (risky I know) and we have hooked up the radio but nothing is coming through, I know its nigh on 20+ years and its for my father but we have hit a dead end trying to suss out a code for it. any chance of help?
Model Number PSARCD100-02
prod no. FD0004040298820
Hi there, the PSARCD100 does not actually have a code as it is programmed to the vehicle – if you have a second hand one that needs marrying up to your car, then no problems – have a read of this as it will explain what to do next
I purchased a Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 49 that will not accepting its code. It has serial number BP9898A3778786 and the code that came with the radio is 5889, which matched the code I received from an online code provisioning service that I purchased as verification. Is this something that you could help me with? The unit powers on and gives 4 dashes for 60 minutes, then displays CODE. I enter the code and press down seek and it goes back to the 4 dashes.
The Blaupunkt Bremen SQR49 cannot be decoded from its serial number, it isn’t possible and yet people with the el-cheapo ebay calculators keep issuing incorrect codes for them. The only way that model can be decoded is by sending it to us for programming and us physically plugging it into our Blaupunkt decoder. Full details of our service can be found here
Hi, i’ve seen on ebay you have a ‘divorcing’ service for vauxhall adam radios and had a few questions before I place an order.
Firstly, how do I find the part number for the radio?
I bought a replacement adam radio from a local garage, it switches on but displays the lock message. I wasn’t made aware at the time of purchase that the radio required decoding. I was also told that this radio is compatible with my car although I think it is from a slightly newer model (but has all the same connections), would you still be able to decode the radio if I send you a copy of my V5?
I would need some numbers to answer your question – have a look on the label on the top, if it says LSP2GTA anywhere on it, then the answer is a straight yes, we can make it work. If unsure of numbers, then pop a picture on here of that label and I can advise further.
Hi – I have a used Porsche CDR 24 (BE6645) that i wish to fit into a vehicle that it was not originally fitted into. You advertise a service to reset them. Does this service delete the ‘protect’ mode so i can simply plug it into a different vehilce or will i have to obtain the porsche security code to program it to the vehicle i put it into after you have reset it.
The Porsche CDR24 does not have any sort of Code number as it is programmed to the vehicle ecu. When we reset the identity on them they become plug and play, so will work in your car without any further Porsche involvement providing that you car is of standard guise without a million and one optional extras that may need tweeking and configuring in the car, but seldom happens.
Good afternoon, I have a Fiat Ducato Auto Trail Motorhome which has a factory fitted Xzent X-402 from new, which works but does not give the best reception on the radio or the other functions such as Sat Nav etc. Do you have any ideas, that won’t break the Bank to replace the head unit and give the same functions a lot better?
The Xzent X-402 was never a Factory fitted option from Fiat as it is an aftermarket Chinese stereo with a very dubious quality FM tuner – suggest to replace with a quality branded stereo. If funds are tight then maybe look for an older model, but still from a brand such as Pioneer Alpine / Kenwood or Clarion