Question about Car Audio & Video
There is no generic code but 2537 or 2283 or 4712 are the common codes to try if this doesnot work then,
Call or go to a Mitsubishi dealer with your VIN number. they ask you for the last 8 numbers of VIN and then for the serial number of the stereo unit itself. then they will give you the radio code at no charge.
once you get the code:
To enter the code you use the first four station selector buttons. Hit
the first button until the first number appears, the second button
until the second number appears, the third button until the third
number appears and then the fourth button until the fourth number
appears. Then hit the TAPE button.
You only get three tries to get it right then the radio locks up.
HOWEVER, there is a way to reset the radio to get another three
attempts. With the key in the "Accessory" position leave the radio on
about 45-60 minutes. Later turn it off and back on and you will be
greeted with the prompt to enter the code again.
thanks and please do not forget to accept the solution.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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