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Need security code for radio, where is it - 1993 Mitsubishi Galant

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The only way to get the code is to get the model # and serial # off the radio itself and go to the service dept at the dealer who can give you the code, but be prepared to be treated like a criminal..

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Each radio has a unique code, it was supplied in the owners packet with the owners manual.

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  • Enter the code by using the pre-set buttons numbered 1 to 6 and a "beep sound" occurs.
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