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Mitsubishi audio systems are among the best found in any vehicle and designed with entertainment, connectivity, and convenience in mind. Learn how to get the most out of your Mitsubishi by using the right radio codes for your in-console system. This guide will explore the features, technology, and apps that come with the Mitsubishi radio. Let’s look at all the features associated with Mitsubishi entertainment systems and how to troubleshoot issues involving Mitsubishi radio codes. To speak with a professional about your technical issues, contact our team online or by phone and we’ll be happy to assist you. 



Mitsubishi Audio Systems

Mitsubishi’s audio systems are state-of-the-art entertainment suites that you’re sure to enjoy. These systems are loaded with entertainment features, convenience features, security features, and much more. Everything you need, from hands-free functionality to updated navigation, is available when using a Mitsubishi audio system.

Mitsubishi Audio System Features

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto: With the two leading smartphone platforms coming from Apple and Android, it only makes sense for Mitsubishi to include compatibility for both within their entertainment systems. Apple CarPlay integration allows you to seamlessly access your Apple smartphone features, apps, and music directly from the audio system’s controls. Likewise, Android Auto integration lets you have an immersive experience when connecting to your Android smartphone for music, maps, and more.

Fuse Hands-free Link System: Reducing distractions while driving helps keep your attention on the road and your hands where they need to be, rather than fumbling around with radio controls or looking away from the road. Mitsubishi’s Fuse Hands-free Link system makes it possible for you to access media players and phones only using the sound of your voice. With this technology, you can make a phone call, look up locations on your navigation screen, and play your favorite song or playlist without having to lift a finger.

Bluetooth: Bluetooth technology opens the door for wireless functionality that includes remotely connecting your phone or other media devices to your Mitsubishi’s impressive speaker system, the ability to make hands-free phone calls, and other innovative features that would otherwise require a wired connection.

SiriusXM: SiriusXM is the most popular satellite radio service and is available through your Mitsubishi audio system. This monthly subscription service has hundreds of standard and premium radio stations for you to take advantage of, and the first three months are free when you purchase a new or certified pre-owned Mitsubishi. That’s right, enjoy three free months of the best uninterrupted entertainment available from SiriusXM.

Gracenote Music Storage and Naming: If your Mitsubishi is equipped with the HDD navigation system and digital music server, you will want to take advantage of the Gracenote+Database version upgrade. This upgrade updates your music library with the most up-to-date music information available.

Navigation Map Updates: Navigation is a crucial feature that keeps you on track when exploring new locations. Having up-to-date map information is vital for accurate directions when you are traveling in unfamiliar areas. These types of updates help you:

  • Find the best possible routes to save time and fuel
  • Locate important points of interest such as gas stations, restaurants, and ATMs
  • Reduce miles driven
  • Have access to updated addresses

Mitsubishi Radio Codes

Mitsubishi strives to provide consumers with the best audio equipment available, but sometimes technology can glitch and require steps to resolve such issues. Mitsubishi radio codes are a means by which you can reset your Mitsubishi radio when it is malfunctioning. The primary cause for your Mitsubishi radio to disable itself is the radio’s anti-theft system. The anti-theft system engages when the radio has lost power from your vehicle’s battery. Once this happens, the radio will display one of two messages, “CODE” or “OFF.”

When “CODE” or “OFF” are displayed, you will need to enter your Mitsubishi radio security code to reactivate the radio. This Mitsubishi radio security code is located on a card that came with your Mitsubishi vehicle and is most often found with the owner’s manual. The card lists the four-digit code you will need to enter to reactivate the radio.

If you are having trouble locating the card, you will need to obtain your radio’s serial number, part number, and vehicle identification number (VIN). Once you have this information, follow this link and submit the required information to request your radio security code.

Your Mitsubishi audio system is loaded with functionality and entertainment. When it is disabled, you can’t take full advantage of the many available features. Finding your Mitsubishi radio codes is crucial to reactivating your audio system and Fort Myers Mitsubishi can help.

Contact Fort Myers Mitsubishi for Help & More Information

If you’re having trouble programming your Mitsubishi radio or other technology features on your vehicle, reach out to our team online or by phone. Our staff are reliable experts about all Mitsubishi technology features and will be happy to help you with your questions. To explore Mitsubishi features and models, browse the full lineup of vehicles online or visit our dealership in Fort Myers.


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