Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello.. I am sorry to hear you are having a problem. Unfortunately, you will have to have the radio removed to retrieve the code. Once you have removed the radio, you will need to write down the serial number to the radio and contact the service department at a Mitsubishi dealership. They can give you your radio code with the radio serial number. Some dealerships charge for this service and some do it as a free courtesy. Hope this helped! Good luck with your venture.
20 year car audio/video installer
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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