Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse
You will need to get the radio code for your car from your local dealer or you may get lucky on ebay. Either way, you may have to pay to get the code which i usually about $30. I would highly recommend looking up on the internet a step by step instruction on how to input the code, unless the dealer is willing to give you that information at no charge. Keep the code in a safe place because anytime you remove or lose power from the battery, you will have repeat the process each time.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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