yes, call 1800mitsu2009
you need to call mitsubishi(1-888-mitsu2007) and give them the stereo model number and serial number along with your vin. they will then tell you your code. i bought an eclipse and i had to do the same thing
All you need is a 4 digit code. You can call the general Mitsubishi number and give them your VIN and they should be able to give you the code to unlock it.
Stereo codes are unique to each stereo and you will have to get the serial number from the stereo and call an Acura dealer for the code.
the code for my stereo in my rover 414i is 0362 hope this helps
it is a random sequence. one code will not work for all of them. otherwise it would be a useless security feature.
You have to get a code for it. You can get from the internet ir Mitsubishi, but its not free.
need to enter trhe factory code for stereo, battery death resets the unit to factory default the idea is you steal the unit and cant get it to work without code.........usually written on unit or in the car manual which should have come with the car. if not...........happy new stereo unit!
Any Kia dealer can give this to you with proof of ownership.
You have to remove the panel which goes around the stereo and compartment. You will see four screws which are holding the holder with the stereo and compartment. Remove the screws and take out the holder. You might need to disconnect wire harness and the antenna before you will be able to pull the holder out. The stereo is sitting on 2(4) screws which keep it in the holder.
Try disconnecting from the battery the neutral cable for approx 11 minutes. Akhtar
Your car should have came with a card that has the code. Look in the manual and in and on the glove compartment for the code. If it is not there you will have to have the serial number from the stereo and call the dealer for the code.
Most of them are different. If you go to the nearest Mitsubishi dealer and show you own the car they will reset it the radio and give you the code
Each stereo has a unique code. The only way to get this code is to take it to an Acura dealership. actually save a trip and get the Code off the back of the raido and call a acura dealership and give them the code and they will give you yours
you will probably have to take it to a Chevrolet dealer and have them unlock it
First you need the code to enter. Check your owner's information for a business card with Anti-Theft Radio Identification Card at the top. There is a 5 digit code. Enter that using the number keys of your radio when you see "Code" on the digital screen of the stereo. If you don't have the code, you need to get it from a Honda dealership. You will need the system's serial number to get this.
I don't believe the Nubira needs a stereo code. I had to call a dealer to get my code because most Nubira has a code. The main dealer is #1 Cochran in Pittsburgh, PA and their phone #(412)788-4444
take and write down the serial number and model number on top of the stereo,and then call a Saturn dealer tell them your battery went dead and now its asking for a code give them the serial# and model# and they will give you a code for the stereo
You have to call the dealership where the car was purchased, they have the code
You can reset the factory stereo on a 1992 Volkswagen Transporter TDI van by disconnecting the battery for several seconds. Once you plug the battery back in, the radio will ask for a code. The code is essential in order to gain access to radio functions again. The radio code can be found in the owners manual. If the manual is not available, you can obtain the radio code from a dealership.
The stereo has "TheftLock". If the power is disconnected from the stereo, it will not turn back on without first inputting the four digit security code. This renders the stereo useless if someone steals it from your car. If you've never set a code, the factory default code will be listed in the owner's manual. If you do not have one, call your local dealer for the default code. www.DelcoLockCode.com will get you your unlock code for you. It's only $5 so it's better than going to the dealership.
according to Crutchfield: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Convertible == ; In-dash stereo : 8-11/16" depth; Size code E,S,U ; Front speakers : Dash: 4" : Front Door: 6-3/4" ; Far rear speakers : Rear Seat Side Panels: 6x9"
If it is a factory radio, call your local dealer.