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post #1 of 8 Old 02-09-2011, 07:30 AM Thread Starter
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360 Radio removal

How do I remove the radio from my 360 in order to get the model number and serial number?
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post #2 of 8 Old 02-09-2011, 10:44 AM
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perhaps in the owner's manual you can get some of that info.

also, just a question: Why would you need a serial number?

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Do you mean the model/serial number of the radio itself? I could be wrong, but I was under the impression all 360s had a radio from Becker.
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Checkout this thread with info on iPod hookup for factory radio:
http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/mo...ck-2004-a.html
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I need the serial number and model number of the radio so I can get the activation 4 digit code from Becker. It did not come with the car which I just purchased and the former owner is unavailable.
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I'm not sure if Captain Marty will update the answer, but he seems to have found the ability to request the code needed to operate his Becker.

I feel no guilt in posting the below [this is the inter-web ...a series of tubes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Ste...ork_neutrality ]

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Going to the following web site, allows one to request via an on-line form the code for a very nominal fee [actually it looks like many devices can be unlocked ]
http://www.online-unlock.com/catalog...io_via_sn.html

However, it still doesn't answer the question of 'how to remove a 360 radio' as per the OP. SO, if anyone has a better update to that question it might prove handy as future reference.

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The website above works very very well. I was charged $3.00 for the unlock code which was given to me within 15 minutes of my request.

As far as removing the radio, there is 2 keys supplied with the radio that you push in at the bottom of each corner and the radio simply pulls out with the keys. I did not have the keys so I went to Al and Eds sound in Los Angeles and they had the keys and gladly removed the radio for me. The Becker Mexico radio in the car is the same as Porshe uses so anyone with a Porshe with the same radio should have the keys, as will all auto radio shops.

Thanks to everyone for their imput
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Thanks for the update

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The website above works very very well. I was charged $3.00 for the unlock code which was given to me within 15 minutes of my request.

As far as removing the radio, there is 2 keys supplied with the radio that you push in at the bottom of each corner and the radio simply pulls out with the keys. I did not have the keys so I went to Al and Eds sound in Los Angeles and they had the keys and gladly removed the radio for me. The Becker Mexico radio in the car is the same as Porshe uses so anyone with a Porshe with the same radio should have the keys, as will all auto radio shops.

Thanks to everyone for their imput

Thanks Capt'n to finalize all this: Important stuff there. I didn't know if you would be back so took the liberty as said. glad all is well and will continue that way.

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