Here is the answer to the best of my knowledge. This applies to any body that has the need to get the code from the dealership and requires to pull out the radio and look up the serial number. The process is very simple, just follow these steps and you'll be on your way to listening to your radio again. First of all don't think you need to unscrew anything. The wood panel sorounding your stereo snaps out by pulling on it or using a flat screw driver at the corners. Once you have taken the panel out, you can see that the radio is held in by 2 hooks. Push up and pull forward slightly. You don't have to pull out the entire radio because you can see the serial number on the top surface very easyly. Write down the number next to where it reads s/n. Once you have the serial number, call the local dealership and give them your serial number. They will in turn give you a four digit code number that you will enter on your radio. One thing to note is that if you have entered the wrong code number 3 times, your radio would lock up and it would read "OFF". To unlock it, simply park your veichle in a safe place and leave the radio on for about 1 hour (no engine running just click the egnition switch to operate the radio). After one hour, the radio resetes and will aks you again to enter the code. start entering one number at a time using the first 4 buttons. Example, if your code is 4538, you would push button 1 four times to get to the number 4, you would push button 2 five times to get to the number five and so on.. After you have entered the correct code, push the CD button and there you have it.
To find the anti theft code for a 2000 Mitsubishi Galant, you must visit a dealer. You must have the radio serial number, the radio part number, and the VIN.
serial # 9Z154277A (on top of stereo) your code is 6563
You cannot reset a code. Take out your radio. Check the serial number on it and call Mitsubishi dealer. They will check a database and give you a code.
1961 serial number for 6d14 mitsubishi engine
Pull out the radio and get the serial and model numbers. Then call your local Mitsubishi dealer they will give you the codes (there are multiple) you have to try several usually. You may need the VIN number as well.
Remove your radio, get the serial number and call the dealership, they won't charge for the code they usually charge to remove the CD player to find the serial number.
I have replaced the battery in my 2001 Galant V-6 twice now, and I never had to remove the radio to find the serial number, to re-program the radio. You should have received an "ID" card with your manual/paperwork, that included a code for re-programming your radio, once the power source has been cut. Instructions for this are in the manual. It's easy, if you have the code. The card itself is red, with white lettering.
Pull out the radio and get the serial and model numbers. Then call your local Mitsubishi dealer they will give you the codes (there are multiple) you have to try several usually. You may need the VIN...
Au2187 is a model number
Hi, Look for the serial number on the radio, it starts with a number total of 8 numbers including one letter and call Mitsubishi Motors of north America at 1 888 648 7820. They will give you your unlock code for free. DO NOT PAY ANYONE FOR THIS CODE IT IS A FREE SERVICE!!!!
not the same code for all models, hopefully you still have owners manual it will have code in there,unless someone removed it, THEN you will have to remove the radio to get serial number and posssibly need model # and take to your mistubishi dealer and beg and plead for them to give it to you. Other tahn that try google search and you might be lucky.
In most cases it located just above the fluid pan on the pasenger side just behind the govener its either stamped or bolted on
Get the radio out, copy the serial number from the radio, call your local Mitsubishi dealer and tell them you need a code for your radio, give them the serial number and they will give you the code. There should be four numbers for the code. Follow the instructions in your owners manual to enter the code. Radio should come back on. Or easier yet, take the car to your Mitsubishi dealer after you have obtained the serial number for the radio.
there is not a "generic" radio code,if you have your owners manual it will be in there,if not WELL you have to take out radio get serial # and possibly model # off radio and go to Mitsubishi and begg and pleed with them to research it for you.you can try Google search and might luck out.
Yes it is illegal to own a gun that does not have a serial number. It is also illegal to remove the serial number off a gun.
call you local Mitsubishi dealer service dept. with the serial and model number and they will give it to you they might ask for the vin number in some cases to make sure the stereo is actually yours and not stolen
Call the dealership and give them the serial number off the radio.
You have to get the code from the dealership. You can't use the vin number of the car you have to use the serial number on the radio itself. The serial number can only be found by removing the head unit (the CD player). The serial number is on a sticker on the radio.
To find the serial number for EASY TOY 2.0, you need to see beneath the toy. You can also remove the protective cover to see the serial number.
First, I think you mean register. In MOST of the US, there is no requirement to register ordinary firearms. Now, about the serial number- it is unlawful to REMOVE a serial number, or to possess a gun that has had the SN removed. However, there are guns that do not HAVE a serial number, and they are legal. Rifles and shotguns made prior to 1968 were not required to have serial number. Those guns are listed as NSN- No Serial Number- on paperwork that asks for a serial number.
take apart the dash with a Phillips head screw driver and get the serial number off the radio. call the 800 number for Mitsubishi and they will give you the code. my code is 7735. you can try that and see if it works.
You might not want to remove a serial number from a diamond. It strictly identifies the stone and its ownership can be traced. If the stone is stolen or acquired by other illegal means and want to camouflage it so that it cannot be identified by its serial number, you may be able to find a dodgy jeweler who is willing to recut the stone, which lessens its value, but will remove the serial number.
Remove the radio and write down the serial number off of the radio. Call the dealer with the serial number and the VIN from your vehicle and they can give you the code.