TPMS TOOLS FOR MITSUBISHI VEHICLES
ATEQ TPMS workshop tools help Mitsubishi garages and tire shops to service their customers’ vehicles faster, better and more securely. ATEQ works closely with Mitsubishi on production lines and in dealerships. ATEQ tools are essential or recommended TPMS tools in many Mitsubishi workshops. Our collaboration gives us access to the latest TPMS protocols as soon as a new vehicle is brought to the market.
MITSUBISHI vehicles are exclusively fitted with Direct TPMS
Mitsubishi ASX (2014-); Mitsubishi Attrage (2014-); Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUV (2018-2018); Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUV (2019-); Mitsubishi i-MiEV (2014-2019); Mitsubishi Lancer (2014-2017); Mitsubishi Outlander/PHEV (2014-); Mitsubishi Pajero/Sport/Montero (2014-2019); Mitsubishi Shogun (2014-2018); Mitsubishi Shogun Sport (2018-); Mitsubishi Space Star/Mirage (2014-);
MITSUBISHI vehicles equipped with Indirect TPMS
No Mitsubishi vehicles on the European Market uses indirect TPMS.
Mitsubishi Outlander, Mitsubishi Mirage.
WHICH DEVICE SHOULD I USE FOR A MITSUBISHI TPMS SYSTEMS?
All ATEQ tools are compatible with Mitsubishi original sensors. Many devices also program universal aftermarket sensors to be fitted in Mitsubishi vehicles. Choose the ATEQ VT36 tool if you require a TPMS sensor activation tool for Mitsubishi. To reset the Mitsubish TPMS ECU, a tool such as the ATEQ VT56 is indispensable. The ATEQ VT56 includes almost 100% OBDII routines for Mitsubish vehicles using Direct TPMS. For the Eclipse Cross SUV from 2020, use the ATEQ VT36 together with the OEM diagnostic tool.
|The ATEQ VT56 is the all-in-one comprehensive TPMS tool with coverage for all TPMS enabled vehicles in Europe, but also imported vehicles from America. It covers all Mitsubishi passenger vehicles, as well as all other TPMS equipped vehicles on the market. With its OBDII module and advanced features, the tool acts as a full diagnostic tool, and replaces the Multi-tester for TPMS maintenance. It includes OBD relearn procedures for 99% of Mitsubishi passenger vehicles on the European market. For the Eclipse Cross SUV from 2020,
use the ATEQ VT56 together with the OEM diagnostic tool, Multi-tester. Find out more about ATEQ VT56
|ATEQ VT36 is a TPMS activation and programming tool with coverage for Mitsubishi vehicles and all other TPMS equipped vehicles. Use the ATEQ VT36 TPMS tool to activate Mitsubishi vehicle TPMS sensors in conjunction with the Mitsubishi Diagnostic tool, for maintenance, to programme aftermarket sensors, or to check the sensors before a
relearn procedure. Find out more about ATEQ VT36.
REPLACING A TPMS SENSOR ON A MITSUBISHI VEHICLE
When a Mitsubishi TPMS sensor is broken, or does not respond anymore, it is time to replace it. Go to the Part Number Lookup menu in the ATEQ TPMS tool menu, to find the right Original Equipment spare part replacement number for Mitsubishi. Another alternative is to programme a universal sensor. A TPMS programming tool such as the VT36, VT46 and the VT56 allows to programme over 10 brands of universal sensors. See this video about TPMS sensor programming
MITSUBISHI TPMS TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
If your Mitsubishi has a push-button start ignition, try this tip if there is a transfer failure issue. There are two modes for the Mitsubishi’s push-button start, START and STOP. Make sure to press twice to reveal START during the relearn procedure when the step requires the ignition to turn on before transferring the TPMS sensor ID’s, using an ATEQ tool with OBDII capability. The VT56 now includes new Mitsubishi TPMS coverage thanks to new patented technology, Sync ID, an enhanced OBD communication to increase OBD relearn coverage for European vehicles. Vehicles covered include ASX, Eclipse, Eclipse Cross, Endeavor, Galant, i-MiEV, Lancer, Mirage, Montero, Outlander, Outlander Sport, Raider, RVR and more. Find out more about the VT56 here.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SOLID TPMS LIGHT AND A FLASHING TPMS LIGHT?
The TPMS warning light will illuminate when a tire is low, and should eventually go out after a tire has been inflated to its recommended pressure according to the vehicle’s door placard. After starting a vehicle, a TPMS icon will turn on for a few seconds. However, if the light stays on, it indicates that one or more of the tires on the vehicle are at least 25% below the recommended pressure. If the light flashes for one to two minutes, it indicates there is a malfunction in the TPMS system. There are many situations that can cause a TPMS warning light to come on or flash. One or more sensor batteries could be dead. The valve itself may have physical damage, corrosion or missing components or the TPMS system voltage supply, wiring or internal electronics may not be functioning properly. The tires were serviced or rotated and the relearn procedure was not properly performed. It is important to check the TPMS system before working on a customer’s vehicle. Using an ATEQ TPMS diagnostic tool, such as a VT56 or VT36.