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I have an alarm and immobiliser fitted and the remote has been water logged and no longer works. The only serial numbers I found were on the alarm horn and they are PFK 178104 and DPFK 178814/0. Where can I get a replacement remote please Thanks Lance

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    Kirk Augustin Sep 28, 2010

    If you had it fitted, then it is not going to be in the Mitsubishi parts catalog, and then you would have to tell us the maker of the alarm system. The serial numbers on the horn will not likely help because the horn would likely be outsourced. Better would be if you could tell us the part number and maker of the remote itself.

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if below 13.0v when running the alternator is broken

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