Question about Mitsubishi Galant
You have fallen into the same problem I did. When you change the battery on the newer vehicles it kills the security code in the radio. If you bought the car new, check your owners manual to see what the procedure is to reset it. You may have the code in the manual or you may have information on where to call etc.. If not go to the dealer and they can reset it for you, for a nominal fee. To prevent this get a plug in device from Wal Mart that goes in the 12 volt power outlet and has a nine volt battery in it. this prevents the code from being erased if you disconnect the battery.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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