Question about Infinity Reference 1211a Car Audio Amplifier
I replaced the battery in my car the other day. In so doing, the car radio lost its code. I have the code for the radio but yesterday I entered the 'wrong' code several times from a different becker radio. Now the radio just says 'Wait' on the screen and won't allow me to enter the code! What can be done?
I also entered the wrong code, twice within a (10)-minute interval. My stereo reported "wait" for almost (2) entire days. It is now back to the "code ****" screen where I can enter a code. I plan to contact my local Porsche dealer for assistance.
Hope this helps any other Porsche drivers with the same problem.
Porsche drivers in the UK can try: http://www.radio-code.co.uk/. Claims they can give you the code immediately for a fee, I have not tried.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Some of the radios required that you wait 24 hours before you could enter the code again. If it doesn't allow you to enter the code after 48 hours, contact your local Porsche dealer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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