factorie radio

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Asked by Sep 23, 2009 at 02:56 PM about the Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i tried to instal a an after market radio but i didnt relize the plugs were diferent sizes so i had to put the factory peace back but i cant use it any more and the code that came with it is wrong.... how do i fix this?

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you can contact the stealership and they can look up the code for you. some dealerships will try to charge you. try calling a different one to see if they will give it to you over the phone. To install the aftermarket radio, look up "metra harness" for mitsubishi's. They should be like $15 at any car audio shop. This will plug into your stock harness and the other end, you splice into your aftermarket harness

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thanks man ill give the metra harness a try....but i have the code for the car but my step dad must have acedentaly changed it so now i have no way knowing what it is

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