ATEQ Mitsubishi Lancer Outlander Mirage TPMS Reset Tool


ATEQ Mitsubishi Lancer Outlander Mirage TPMS Reset Tool

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Mitsureset
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1.50 lbs
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$299.99
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ATEQ, a global manufacturer of high quality TPMS diagnostic tools is pleased to announce the release of the new Mitsubishi TPMS re-learn module, the MitsuReset tool.  Up until now, the Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and Mirage required the use of an expensive scan tool coupled with a TPMS trigger tool in order to reset their TPMS system.  With the introduction of the MitsuReset tool, tire shops now have a low-cost, simple solution for performing TPMS relearns on Mitsubishi vehicles without the need for a scan tool.    Other TPMS tools force you to use a second trigger tool while your primary tool is connected to the OBDII port of the car. ATEQ’s standalone MitsuReset allows you freedom to use any other TPMS trigger tools like the ATEQ VT55 diagnostic tool, the ATEQ VT30 or VT15 trigger tools.

***Please note that a trigger tool is also required (or for Pre-2011 Models follow the "low budget" method of lowering the tire pressure below 18psi in each tire starting with left front). If you do not currently have access to a tool, we recommend the purchase of the ATEQ VT30 trigger tool. ***

Vehicles: 

Mitsubishi Lancer 
Mitsubishi EVO X (all models with TPMS)
Mitsubishi Outlander
Mitsubishi Mirage Mitsubishi RVR

 
Features:
Standalone, one touch TPMS re-learn module. 
Enables Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and Mirage TPMS learn mode.
Fully updatable via computer.
Compatible with all TPMS trigger tools capable of triggering Mitsubishi sensors.
 
Operation:
1. Connect MitsuReset tool to the OBDII connector of the vehicle.  
Turn ignition on.
2. Press the MitsuReset “ON” button.  
3. Use TPMS diagnostic tool to trigger TPM sensors (or follow the "low budget" method of lowering the tire pressure below 18psi in each tire starting with left front).
4. After triggering all TPMS sensors on the vehicle, the green light on MitsuReset tool will turn solid indicating successful loading of the new TPMS ID’s. Turn ignition off and disconnect the device from the vehicle. The TPMS light of the vehicle will turn off.
 


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