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I have an 2002 Eclipse with a locked out radio. The dealer told me to turn the key to on w/o starting the engine, turn everything on and in an hour or so the radio would rest. After 2 hours and a dead battery the radio is still locked. I tried disconnecting the battery for a few minutes and that did not work either. Do you have any ideas?

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Call the Mitsubishi 1800 manufacturer # and give them your VIN so they can give you the unlock code for the radio.

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