LIVONIA, Mich. (April 24, 2014) — ATEQ Corp. released a Mitsubishi tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) re-learn module, the MitsuReset tool.
Until now, according to ATEQ, the Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and Mirage required the use of an expensive scan tool coupled with a TPMS trigger tool in order to reset the vehicles’ TPMS.
With the introduction of the ATEQ MitsuReset tool, ATEQ said tire shops have a low-cost, simple solution for performing TPMS relearns on Mitsubishi vehicles without the need for a scan tool.
ATEQ’s standalone MitsuReset can be used with any other TPMS trigger tools, such as the ATEQ VT55 diagnostic tool, the ATEQ VT30 or VT15 trigger tools, the company said.
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