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It depends on what version you have. My 2001 Spyder GT came with 2. Unfortunatly they tie in with the radio and anti theft system and when the battery dies in the little stick remote (doesnt take long for this to happen) you have to get the codes off the radio, call mitsubishi, and get the exact right codes to make them work again
Some radios have an antitheft feature built in. When the power is disconnected (like in replacing a battery or if the radio was removed or stolen from a car) then you have to enter a code to activate it. Call the dealer and ask if they can help you with the code and procedures. Your owner's manual should have the procedure listed in it but the code should have been in the papers that came with your car when it was new. Again the dealer is your best bet. They will need your vehicle VIN and maybe even the radio serial number. There are some web sites that offer to sell you radio codes but I have had good luck with the dealers giving me them free.
Your local dealer can recode the radio for you, the price differs depending on the make, its normally about £20 / £40 but if you look in the yellow pages for radio decoders some will come out to you and they are much cheaper.
Josh, take the battery to Sears or a large auto parts store and have them test the condition.They do it for free. A battery will play the radio or run the lights with no trouble.It takes alot of amp power to turn the starter over. After you get it started check the volts across the battery.It should be just over 12 and less than 14 volts. If its not the alternator is not chargeing your battery,replace it.
I hope this helps you and your Mitsu.