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Dodgy Geezer
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2017/06/23 20:15:53 (permalink)

Help with CDR-22 radio required

The two knobs on the radio are melting and have become sticky like they are covered on toffee.
Does anybody know if new ones can be sourced?
Thanks
 
ian

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    Richard_Hamilton
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2017/06/23 20:56:55 (permalink)
    Porsche list spare control knobs in the Tequipment parts lists.  Part Number 996.645.901.00 @ £12.28+VAT each.  The radios are made by Becker, so you might find alternative suppliers a bit cheaper.

    Richard
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    Gordon Attar
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2017/06/24 00:23:44 (permalink)
    B4 buyimg new.
    Put them in some washing powder solution overnight that usually does the trick.

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    75pno
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2017/06/24 09:07:44 (permalink)
    Interesting post, I have the same issues, I was just concerned about asking for help for a sticky nob !
    I assume the offending item just pulls off ?
     
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    Richard_Hamilton
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2017/06/24 10:21:41 (permalink)
    They just pull off - as per the attached technical bulletin.

    Richard
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    Dodgy Geezer
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2017/06/25 14:14:29 (permalink)
    Thank you Richard, they are past the soap powder solution.
     
    Kind regards
     
    Ian
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2019/08/14 10:45:32 (permalink)
    Just to give an update on this. The parts are definitely available through Porsche. I just ordered two for my 996 from Porsche Brooklands - £16.32 each inc VAT, available in two days. Can't wait to not have sticky knobs!
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2019/08/15 10:21:47 (permalink)
    I took my sticky knobs off and de-greased them with an APC! lol. Good to know they can be purchased if needed though
    I think a few years of sticky fingers before me and the make-up build up in some places wasn't ever cleaned as well as I would have done
    Just my seat backs really to tend to next, but all in good time :)

    Mark
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2019/08/15 20:07:19 (permalink)
     
    Also listed on e-bay, I'm torn between new knobs or a new Continental DAB radio with retro looks and amber backlighting.
    Might try the soap powder solution and stick with the CDR-22
    Marc981S
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    Re: Help with CDR-22 radio required 2019/08/30 17:55:22 (permalink)
    I have been looking at changing my stereo back to an original Becker one. Unfortunately it was changed out in 2009 for a fancy (at the time) Kenwood double din sat nav. I have had a good look through the paperwork and have no reference to what it came with. I would probably look to get hold of a CDR-22, although I suspect it may have come with a PCM1 unit.
     
    I am guessing I will need to get hold of a new cage for a single din stereo. Will anyone do, or would I have to buy a Porsche specific one? I haven't come across any used ones on Ebay.
     
    I have seen that I need to buy an additional surround to move the heating controls up above the stereo as well.
     
    The whole thing is a bit of an effort, but really don't like the aftermarket one thats in there the moment.
     
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