Mitsubishi Galant Oem Radio (am/fm/cassette W/changer Control) on 2040-parts.com
Falls Church, Virginia, US
OEM AM/FM/Cassette head unit with CD changer controls from a '99 Mitsubishi Galant. In good condition - worked when removed from vehicle and replaced with an aftermarket unit.
I believe it will work in any '98-'03 Galant; however ensuring fit is the buyer's responsibility - please compare the connectors carefully and make sure the vehicle has the proper mounting bracket. As with other items I'm selling this is being sold as-is, and I'm always glad to help you with technical questions (I have around 15 years of experience selling and installing car electronics).
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