Question about 1997 Mitsubishi Galant
Where is located the computer on a Mitsubishi gallant 1997
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a 1997 Mitsubishi Galant, and I had this problem. My radio had a tape deck. The model type of my Radio was MR238340.
To do this Job you will need a medium sized phillips head screwdriver.
First of all you will need the radio code. To get this you need the model type and serial # of the radio. these are printed on a label on the top of the radio. To get the numbers pop off the cover plate aroung the gear shift. Yo will see 2 screws on the radio side of the gear shift. Remove these. The faceplate around the radio and the ashtray will pop off. There might be wires connected to the rear defog button and the cig lighter. I did not remove these. I just pulled the faceplate back as far as I could to get to the radio. Remove the 4 screws holding the radio to the console. I found a diagram with pictures on how to do this on the internet. I did not have to pull the radio out completely to get the numbers, only about 1&1/2 inches. the label was on the front left side of the top of the radion. Write down the serial # and the model number (usually starts in MR). With these numbers you can call the service dept of your local Mitsu dealer and they will give you the number over the phone.
The second step is to get rid of the off message. If you are like me you tried and failed to enter the wrong code and after the third try you got locked out. To be able to re- enter the code leave the radio on with the off message for 1 hour uninterrupted, and you will be prompted to re-enter the code. Enter the code using the first four numbers (radio station preset buttons). So to enter the first number press the # 1 button until you see the desired # ( the numbers will count up 1, 2, 3 etc.) . The enter the second # by pressing the #2 button. Enter the third with #3 and so on. Once all 4 numbers are entered the manual tells you to hit button #4. THEY DO NOT MEAN THE #4 BUTTON. In the service manual (which may still be in your glove compartment) you will see a diagram of the radio, and they have assigned each button a number. My number 4 button was the top button of 3 vertical buttons on the left hand side of the tape deck. It had a word on it, (tape? maybe). once you have entered the 4 numbers hit this button and the radio should work.
Mitsubishi wanted $98.00 to do this repair when I called. One person I spoke to would not give me the code and said I had to bring the car in. I called the next day and spoke to someone else in the service department who got me the number in 3 minutes for free. There are web sites that will get you your code provided that you have the model type and serial number, but they charge $20 to $40. I'm not cheap, but I am broke, and this fix was not that difficult. I am not a mechanic, I barely have a pulse, and I did this. You can too.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
The sensor should be located where the shifter cable is attached to the trans. It will have a plug with several wires. Usually there will be a way to align it, like a hole with a pin when it should be in neutral.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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