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Old Aug 2, 2012, 08:58 AM
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ETACS options customization

Found this on another forum

"Small memo for Actia XS Evo (or its Chinese clone), mostly referred to as a Lexia.


1. This is device capable of changing some ETACS settings, similar (but not identical) to dealer's MUT-III. Mitsu's ETACS has over 130 settings to play with!
2. It can be used with Lexia/PP2000 software (outdated, not supported/updated anymore) or DiagBox.
3. Using it you can do many things your dealer is unable to do.

I've decided to summarize results in the first message.

Things that work:
- TPMS disabling/enabling
- 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
- Two stage Auto lights
- 4 hours trip computer autoreset disabled
- 120+ km/h speed warning
- Remote sunroof closing
- rear fog lights activation


Things that (yet) do not:
- Remote windows closing
- Door autolocking once keyless transmitter is out of the car
- ECO indicator
- ESS

Now it is available from many sources including dx.com and amazon.com.
I will keep this list updated. "


http://mitsubishiforum.com/forum/mit...ization-40223/
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im confused, which app supports reprogramming the TPMS system with new sensors?
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Old Aug 2, 2012, 11:25 AM
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this is very new to me, people in russia have been doing it since 2009, i am not 100% sure if you can reprogram the IDs or simply enable/disable tpms all together.
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Not bad. What do these run?
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So is this a confirmed fix to disabled TPMS then? Can this be true?
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Old Aug 5, 2012, 11:50 AM
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well this is big if we can get almost a MUT-III for ~99$USD
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lancer0220, I fixed picture link in my post
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I met Vadimus today, and he tested on my 2010 EVO. It works!!!! Thank you Vadimus!!!
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Originally Posted by hjp918 View Post
I met Vadimus today, and he tested on my 2010 EVO. It works!!!! Thank you Vadimus!!!
You're welcome
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This?

Is this it? http://www.oemobd2.com/lexia3-v47-pp...tic-p-210.html


$99 bucks is a steal if it is.
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Is TPMS too buggy?
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Much more info can be found on the link in the first post. From what ive read so far its very promising. I will most likely order it in a few days. Gotta dust off my old xp laptop and see if it still works well
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Much more info can be found on the link in the first post. From what ive read so far its very promising. I will most likely order it in a few days. Gotta dust off my old xp laptop and see if it still works well
New laptop will do better (if it has 32bit Windows). Even Windows 7 is OK.
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A new teaser:
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FYI Just linking this thread to the other threads on the forum for reference:

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...imus-help.html

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...l#post10341870
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