Experience with China Lexia 3 on Mitsubishi – disable TPMS, DRL, Seatbelt warning
I recently got a China Lexia 3 diagnostic tool with Diagbox and PP2000. Paid $130 including shipping through DHL. It took about 5 days to arrive. The device itself seems quite solid, heavy and reliable. See first picture below:
I hooked the Lexia 3 V48 up my Outlander, and had no problem turning on some options including the speeding warning – it kicks in at about 117 kmh – IMHO it is quite useful. I have been playing with it for days and it is able to do the things I need it to do. Below are some things that work:
– TPMS disabling/enabling (Lancer X/EVO X too)
– Fog light independently to low beams
– Welcome courtesy lighting
– Auto door locking / unlocking
– Factory security system activation (for those not having it)
– All Customer options available thru MMCS (rear wiper speed, pause and mode, locking/unlocking settings, light sensoradjustment etc)
– Two stage Auto lights (twilight mode)
– 4 hours trip computer autoreset disabled
– 120+ km/h speed warning
– Remote sunroof closing
– Rear fog lights activation
– DRL mode change/deactivation
– Passenger seatbelt warning mode
– Low washer fluid warning
– 0.1MHz FM radio step, CT time broadcast, instant RDS display (2010-2013 6CD head units only).
– Service notification deactivation
Things that (yet) do not:
– Remote windows closing
– Door autolocking once keyless transmitter is out of the car
– ECO indicator
Now it is available from many sources. Mine is from here:
Always save c:\OUD folder in case you need to restore your distorted settings.
You might be not able to restore proper values using DiagBox (yet remote rescue session is possible as a last resort, PM me for details).
Why I bought the cable
I did some research before purchasing it. The cable is actually a Peugeot/Citroen diagnostic tool? Because both these brands had or still have models which are rebranded versions ofMitsubishi Outlander/RVR so they made their tool to support those Mitsubishi clones.
- This is device capable of changing some ETACS settings, similar (but not identical) to dealers MUT-III. Mitsubishi ETACS has over 2 hundred settings to play with!
- It can be used with Lexia/PP2000 software or DiagBox or ETACS Decoder – best ETACS management tool ever! Seriously.
- Using it you can do many things your dealer is unable to.
- It is not an OBDII reader and cannot be replaced with ELM327.
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