this guy was trying to put in a new radio in my car because when i bought it, it didnt have one. Now the car is ticking/clickin & wont start?

Asked by Jun 25, 2014 at 09:01 AM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After he tried to put the radio in the
car the sunroof and the lights wasn't
working then my dad put a fuse in
then it worked again.... My dad said
the radio blew the fuses out.... The
radio didn't even work when he tried
to put it in....  What will make my car
start again?

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65,695

OH oh,you may have to get a dealer, in on this,i just re read your post,you dont have the original radio,now car is in theft mode,with out original radio,you gona have to take car to a dealer to have it programmed back to get it running.

65,695

Since factory radio was not in car,it must have already been programmed to run without it,now when he went in to hook wire,s up,he must of shorted won out to make your car go in to theft mode.

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