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How do I code my car radio?

After car battery was disconnected the radio needed to be coded. I tried too many times to enter the code and now it wont work at all it just keeps flashing Error. How do I fix this?

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You may have to call the dealer

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look in boot left hand side and you will with any luck find the radio code stuck on a sticker

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SOURCE: 2001 mitsubsi eclipse enter car radio wrong code 3 times

call 1888mitsu2001, choose option #4, then hit * (star). give the operator the last 8 numbers in your vin and they will provide the radio code for FREE!

DO NOT PAY FOR THE CODE ONLINE OR GO TO THE DEALER (they will also charge you).

- you will also need to provide the serial and part number of your radio (takes about 5 minutes to take apart an eclipse dash...1 screw in the bottom of the HVAC panel) if you call the 1888mitsu2001 it will provide basic instructions on how to accomplish this.

- if your radio says "off" (meaning you entered the wrong code too many times) you need to put your key in the ignition and turn it to ACC mode for approx. 45min - 1hr and then your radio will say "code" at which point you can enter the code to unlock the radio.

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sorry to say, you will need to take it in, it needs to be hooked up to their computer to reset and have it start up poperly. It just like a pc when it crash it will try to start in safe mode until you select "Normal" start up

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you only have 3 tries then "goodnight"you have to leave it for 12 hours before you start again.enter the code then press fm

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