The code that was given to me at the dealership for my radio this past saturday was -7901 i hope it helps . By the way they said that you get 3 tries if no you have to go to the whole process of reseting the radio.
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Sounds like you would like to know how to get a radio code because you're locked out of your MMI? If so, try entering your VIN here and generate your code. If that doesn't work you'll have to take it to the dealer: http://www.radio-code.co.uk/audi-radio-codes.html
In your owners manuel, theres a card. Looks like a credit card, white with a light green stripe. (atleast mine is) Theres a 4 diget code on it thats the code. If you lost it, the dealer can suply you with it.
To enter the code (the radio probably shows C0d----) use the numbers that your radio has for its preset stations
It's really hard to answer a question such as this. There's barely enough information to reach any type of conclusion. What kind of Jeep? Cherokee? Grand Cherokee, Wrangler? Renegade? Liberty? I could just keep going. Maybe it's a Willys 1942? I really don't know. However, based on what little information you've provided I'll give a little answer. Fuse. How's that. No. Wait, if it's an infinity system it has a factory amp. If only I knew which year and model...Hmmm, Cherokee's and Grand Cherokees have them under the back seat. Does yours have a fuse in it? I don't know BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW WHAT YEAR AND MODEL IT IS.
These days, a lot of radios have a code to enter to discourage theft. The radio loses the code when the battery is off. The code should be in the documentation that came with the car--stamped in the owners manual or someplace in the jacket. If you google radio code you'll see what I mean. I don't know much about getting the code other than to look in the original paperwork for the car purchase.
Call 888-648-7820 which is the Mitsubishi "hotline".
What they'll need from you is 2 sets of numbers located on the radio. All you need is a Phillips head screwdriver and a butter knife. Underneath your radio you will see 2 screws, take those out and life up the plastic cover that surrounds your radio. Take the butter knife and gently pull out your radio. On the top of the radio are a bunch of number/letter codes. Just write them all down and call the number above. You will be on the phone for maybe 5 minutes giving the person your information, but at the end you will have your code!
I had to do this when I bought my Spyder. Hope I helped somebody!