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Bad earth connection on battery or where it connects to the body of the car. There may be a main or it could be a secondary wire from negative to the engine. Also check the positive connection on the battery and where it connects direct to the starter motor. If its dirty or corroded, you will have problems starting and often the new battery wont recharge itself. Have an auto electrician (or someone with a DC meter) check the voltage output from the alternator. It should be around 12 to 14 volts.
In theUSA anyone can get their radio code for free direct from Mitsubishi bytelephone. You will need the following information:
Last 8characters of your VIN #
1-888-648-7820,option 1, option 4
Currenthours: 6am to 5pm Pacific, M-F.
Tellrepresentative that you replaced your battery and now need your radio code. Ifyou are not currently a registered owner, they will ask for your info forregistration.
hi i have done some research and all that i could find on your car (i line in the us so i never heard of that car before today) and this link will take u to the car audio forum discussion on the same question that u have asked and one of the people talking in the forum writes that u can simply buy an adapter to get the wheel controlls to work and another adapter for the head unit itself and here it is
they also talk about a fascia and give the company that makes it name and part numbers
hope that helps ohh and you can find some commodore wiring diagrams if u search with google and just look for images
Nope.. But it's an easy fix for your local Holden dealership. They take the serial of the radio, and (on their database) look up the code. It will only take em a few minutes, which they don't normally even bother charging you for...