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Anti theft codes

Model#MR193958
ref# CQ-LB0611A
Serial# 96D1778

I need the anti teft code to thismitsubishi factory car stereo. Thank you

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Contact mitsubishi, it will be on there database. You need the VIN # to your vehicle.

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