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Car stereo says code on the display

Battery cable became loose and the battery went dead and now the factory stereo says code on the display.

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You need to access the serial number off of the face of the radio.... You have to remove the cover but it's easy just pull gradually and evenly after you remove the screws under side of radio/dash console. After you get this call a dealership that is mitsu or carry's/ repairs them and in their directory they have a list of codes... I t should be easy enough to get... : ) I had to do this last year when I changed the thermostat and now I have to do it cause I had to change the O2 sensor.. Good luck

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