Question about Mitsubishi Car Audio & Video
Go to a Mitsubishi Dealer with your car, prove the car is yours and the dealer will give you the code, they will not give it over the phone.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately the short answer is NO..
You could try pressing 1 & 6 together ( and other combinations) but I`m fairly sure that the Serial Number is not available using the "press button" method on this model
The Serial Number usually begins with M++++++ and is found on a label on top of the radio casing so if you can access that somehow ( eg..via the glove compartment ) and using a mirror+torch then you may be able to see it.
The alternative is to see if this M++++++ is in any of the car`s paperwork somewhere.
Failing that , then I`d take it into a Car Audio Store and get them to try and extract it. (Try Halfords and chat one of the blokes up...it usually works for a lady.. )
I am very surprised that you say 3 genuine garages have tried without success as even the most stubborn units with damaged fittings come out eventually.
Perhaps Garage 1 (or someone before Garage 1 ) did not use the right extractors and has really damaged the spring fittings.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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