Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Galant
There are several sites that offer to give you the code but they usually want around $25 dollars in return. I have found that the easiest (and FREE) way is to call up a Mitsubishi dealership and tell them you're radio locked you out after you replaced the battery. Be extra NICE (sometimes it helps to have your wife or a girlfriend call... sounds silly but you're more likely to get the desired results). They have your radio code and they will give it to you for free as long as you ask nicely. If you reach a dealership that wasn't willing to give it to you, call another. You will definitely find one willing to give you the code and most likely walk you through it while you're on the phone (best to use a cell phone to call in case you get over the phone instruction. It should only take 2-5 minutes and you'll be up and running. I hope this helps you! If so, please vote...
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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