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You need to see the dealer to sort this out. But ask why they didn't keep the system powered up wnen the battery is replaced, that avoids this problem as no memory or function is lost. Shame on whimever did this battery r and r
It's probably not a fuse problem. If you got a new battery or your battery went dead or was unhooked, that will make the Galant radio reset and quit working. You have to contact your dealer (or any Mitsubishi dealer) and get the radio code for that car from them. If they don't know you or have you on file as the buyer, you'll have to prove you're the owner. (It's an anti-theft device.) Then you put in the code they give you and the radio works!
Take it to a mitsubishi dealer and 90% of the time they will not even charge you to look up the code,Do not guess at the code it can lock the radio.
My brother works for mitsubishi and he told me this.
Carefully take the front panel off that surrounds the radio and temperature buttons, it will snap straight out. Wiggle the radio out about two inches, it is a tight fit. Get the serial number off the radio. It is on a sticker on the top, left side. Call a Mitsubishi dealer with the serial number. They will want proof of ownership, so have the title ready. After putting in the four digit serial number, hit the cd button and that enters it.
The code is also written on an antitheft card that comes with the car and may be written in the owners manual in one of the back pages.