I just buy a mitsubishi 3000 gt 94 .stereo ask for code.. i remove from plastic.4 screws and see serial # in the stereo them i call dealer customer service give to me the code for free just need serial # in you car and serial # in the stereo is had to be 4 dijit .my was 9002.
You have to go to a mitsubishi dealer and have them look this information up for you. for security you should have a card that came with the card that has the code on it. check your manual and glovebox to be sure but otherwise a dealers the only solution and they need to see you and the car in person.
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check the owners manual or in the glove compartment there should be either a 6 or 9 digit code you have to punch into the radio, atleast some cars are like that. and im pretty sure you have to have the ignition off in order to do so.
Mitsubishi dealer is the only one that can help you with the radio code. You will need to prove ownership of the vehicle and VIN number with the serial number of the radio. All radio's do not have the same code, otherwise a code would be useless in preventing theft, and theft is the reason why they have unlock codes.
Call your local MItsubishi dealership and ask for the service department. <BR>They have a computer program where they punch in the serial number from your radio (you have to supply the number) and it will tell them the UNLOCK CODE for your radio. My dealership offered to give it to me free over the phone, if I knew my radio serial number. Enter the code using the buttons on your radio. And write the code down, this will show up everytime your radio looses connection to its power source - the car battery.
RADIO SAYS "UNLOCK CODE:" <BR>Call your local MItsubishi dealership and ask for the service department. <BR>They have a computer program where they punch in the serial number from your radio (you have to supply the number) and it will tell them the UNLOCK CODE for your radio. My dealership offered to give it to me free over the phone, if I knew my radio serial number. Enter the code using the buttons on your radio. And write the code down, this will show up everytime your radio looses connection to its power source - the car battery. <BR> <BR>
If you need it - I called 360-696-2277 which is the local Mitsubishi Dealership for me here in Washington State. They were the ones who offered to give it to me over the phone..
I had the exact same problem, I contacted Mitsubishi and they gave me the code. All I had to have was the serial # (the number you have is the model number - the Serial # is on top of the radio, you will need to pull the radio out a bit to read it) and of course your VIN. Their contact statement on their website is as follows:
For questions regarding your Mitsubishi vehicle, please contact Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. at 1-888-MITSU2009.
I had the same problem after replacing the battery on my Montero. I bought mine used but luckly the pervious owner had written the 4 digit number down in the owners manual. After finding the number, I had to enter it into the radio by using the station preset buttons. If you can't find or don't have it in the owners manual. You will have to get the model and serial numbers off the radio and contact Mitsubishi or another source to obtain the correct code to reset the radio.
I had the same problem. Dealer will fix but they want ridiculous amount. Call Mitsubishi customer service. They will need info: Serial number and model number of the radio. The numbers are on the side or back of the radio (Easy removal-just need a screwdriver). Also they ask for proof of ownership Fax it over to them, then call back for the code. Its easy and its cheap.