Question about Car Audio & Video
Well your in for some hurt if you don't have the code in your owners manual. otherwise you'll need to remove the radio and get the serial# off of it, then contact a mitsubishi auto dealer and either pray the parts guy will do it without charging you or the dealer will usually hit you with the minimum charge I'm seeing $86 as the going rate on the net. My local Mitsubishi dealer **** Norris Mitsubishi in the tampabay area will do it for free for there customers according to there parts department but they stated they would not provide the information over the phone for others out of the area. The code apparently varies by serial# so its not one code for all.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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