Dynasty L4-153 2.5L SOHC (1988)
When the cause of the trouble is definitely traced to the radio receiver, remove the radio from the car (except Mopar identified radios - refer to 800
The radio must be accompanied by a properly completed Equipment Manufacturer's Claim Request. Describe owner's complaint in some detail to
assist Service Center diagnosis. (Example: Excessive station fading in city on strong stations, radio does not operate on AM, etc.). Be as specific
The malfunctioning radio chassis should be brought to, or packed in a suitable shipping carton, and addressed to your nearest Authorized Service
Center (see attached list).
DO NOT RETURN RADIO KNOBS AND MOUNTING PARTS. THESE SHOULD BE RETAINED BY THE
DEALER TO BE REINSTALLED IN THE CAR.
The return should be forwarded via transportation prepaid (UPS) and the package must be insured for the minimum dealer net value established
for that particular radio.
The radio service or repair center, upon receipt of a Mopar or Mitsubishi manufactured radio from the automobile dealer, will exchange or repair
the defective radio as applicable and immediately ship to the dealer the exchanged or repaired radio, transportation paid.
Prepaid transportation and insurance receipts must be retained by the dealer and the prepaid freight expense submitted, using Labor Operation No.
95-30-00-45, Electronic Component Freight and Insurance, in the sublet area of the repair claim.
Mopar Identified Radios (Manufactured For Mopar By Clarion CO., LTD.)