Tabscan S8 Program Mahindra Quanto C8 remote

EUCLEIA Tabscan S8/ S8M is a dual-mode diagnostic system performs similar functions as Autel MaxiSys scanners at cheaper price.
Tabscan supports Indican vehicles Tata, Mahindra, Maruti diagnosis and special functions (feature coding, write VIN, RKE learn, write variant code, odometer reset etc) while MaxiSys does not.
Here’s the demo guide on programming Mahindra Quanto C8 remote key by Tabscan S8.

Connect tabscan with vehicle via OBD socket
Turn on ignition switch
In Tabscan S8, select Diagnosis function->Asia->Mahindra->Vehicle Information Select






Select car and engine type from the drop down list, here choose Quanto-C8
Press OK to continue


Select MBFM (Body Function Module) ->Special Function->RKE Learn


Press Start button to learn RKE


Press UNLOCK and Panic on 1st RKE


RKE learning completed.


Now test the remote control
Remote works.





How to use Mitsubishi MUT 3 for customization, coding, reprogramming

MUT 3= Mitsubishi MUT III Diagnostic System with VCI MB991824
This includes module reprogramming, key programming, and many other functions. This is the same tool used by Mitsubishi dealerships with the same level of functionality. The MUT III is a PC based Scan Tool that utilizes a USB equipped PC.
Mitsubishi MUT 3 image:
How to use mb991958 scan tool mut iii:
Part 1: Mitsubishi MUT 3 customization
Part 2: Mitsubishi MUT 3 coding
Part 3: Mitsubishi MUT 3 ecu reprogramming
in detail…
Part 1: How to use Mitsubishi MUT 3 VCI for customized settings
Confirm the current customization data
Select “ETACS” on the System Selection screen
Press Special Function button
Special function menu is displayed
Customization – Writing a customization data
Customization Information – Reading the current customization data and saving the data to file
The current customization data is displayed
Save data
Save customization data
Confirm the displayed name which the saved file.
The file name of the saved file is set as ”ECU parts No., Date and No.”
The current customization data and the customization data to be written are displayed.
Load the customization data file or change the value
Start customizing
Customizing has been completed
Written the customization data is displayed.
Check if the customization data is written correctly
Load the customization data
The applied customization files by the inputted are displayed.
Choose a customization file to be written
Note: -The background color of the line containing the selected file changes into yellow.
Delete customized files
To delete a data file loaded on the PC, click the check box next to file No. in the file list to place a check mark, then press the button at the bottom right corner
Load Customization items List (Not available in US)
Input vehicle information where you want to confirm the customization function.
The relative page for the customization items is displayed
* A vehicle after 10MY is a target
Part 2: How to use MUT 3 tester for Mitsubishi coding
Confirm the current coding data
Select  “MFI” on the System Selection screen.
(For instruction on how to select a system, refer to 3-3-1)
As a typical example, procedure for Coding MFI is explained below.
Other system may have different menu structure but procedure is basically the same.
Press coding button
Coding menu is displayed
On vehicle coding — Writing coding data
Coding information & copy — Reading the current ECU coding data and saving the data to file
The current ECU coding data is displayed
Save ECU coding data
If diagnostic trouble codes are currently stored in the ECU, the file cannot save. Retry after the vehicle is repaired.
Confirm the displayed name which the saved file.
The file name of the saved file is set as ”ECU parts No., VIN No., Date and No.”
Variant Coding Writing
Yes! Execute this function where ECU is installed on the vehicle
Input a VIN to list up applied coding files and press
If left screen is displayed, press tick button
-Don’t change each value in this screen
If coding file is not found in the folder, left screen may appear. In such case, press back button. button. Save the correct file in the folder and try again.
The applied coding files by the inputted are displayed. Choose a coding file to be written
-The background color of the line containing the selected file changes into yellow.
The current ECU coding data and the coding data to be written are displayed.
Confirmation dialog box appears
-In case of ETACS, “ETACS customize” and “Option Coding” are initialized after writing variant coding. Rewrite them after finishing coding.
-It is not need that “Option Coding” is executed because the data of “Option coding” includes in variant coding data, if “Copy Coding” was executed.
Coding is completed!
Written the coding data is displayed. Check if the coding data is written correctly.
Delete coding data
To delete a data file loaded on the PC, click the check box next to file No. in the file list to place a check mark
Part 3: How to use mut-3 VCI for Mitsubishi ecu reprogramming
Reprogramming with V.C.I. alone
(Not supported by V.C.I.-Lite)
Data Transfer (PC –> Memory Card)
Start up the M.U.T.-III system
Insert the Memory card (MB991853, MB992228) into the Card Adaptor (MB991939), and then insert them into m-card slot on PC.
Press Special Function button on STV Top Menu
Select System Function tab and press ECU reprogramming button
-In case an update CD-ROM is set in the PC with update undone, data update starts
Press Memory card transfer button
ALL reprogramming data in the M.U.T.-III PC are transferred to the memory card.
-Do not remove the memory card from PC.
Select a memory card drive to start transferring
It transfers data to the memory card. Are you ready?
Data transferring…
The progress bar is displayed during the transfer.
The data transfer is complete
Before you remove the memory card, double-click the below icon for removal of the adaptor.
Select [PCMCIA IDE/ATAPI Controller] or the other appropriate devices, then stop
Verify the contents of the selection, then OK
After displayed the message “The device can now be safely removed from the system”, push the lever on the side of PC card slot and remove the memory card.
Do not remove the memory card away unless complete above method or turn off the PC.
Set up equipment
(1)Insert the Memory card (MB991853, MB992228), which is storing the reprogramming data, into the Card adaptor (MB991939) and insert them into V.C.I. main unit (MB991824)
(2)Connect M.U.T.-III Main Harness B (MB991911) or
A (MB991910) to V.C.I. main unit securely. (Refer to 10-2.) Note:
Select appropriate harness by instruction below.
-Main harness A: For vehicle only equipping 16 pin data-link-connector.
-Main harness B: For other vehicles.
-Adaptor harness (12-13): Outlander, Montero (after ‘02MY) (To connect Main harness B and 13pin data-link-connector)
(3)After verifying the ignition switch position at LOCK (OFF), connect the M.U.T.-III Main harness B or A to the data-link- connector.
(4)Turn Ignition switch on, and turn V.C.I. main switch on. (Do not start engine)
Retrieve Data (Memory card –> V.C.I.)
(a). Automatic Data Retrieval
(b). Select and Load Data
(c). (Special case)
Retrieve Automatic Data
(1)Select “Automatic RPG” in main menu and press Enter key. Version No. of data base file appears.
By waiting 10sec or pressing Enter key, V.C.I starts communicating with ECU and retrieves reprogramming data file with the ECU’s parts No. and ROM-ID.
(2)The appropriate reprogramming data file No. is displayed. Pressing Enter key starts transferring the data file into V.C.I
To search another data, press Esc key. If another appropriate reprogramming data exist, it will be displayed.
The message bellows are displayed depends on ECU parts No, ROM-ID and condition of ECU. Press Enter Key to move back to Main menu.
  • “No update data in PC card”
This message appears if no pertinent reprogramming data exists. No data will be transferred.
  • “ECU at current level of VCI”
This message appears if the ECU has been already reprogrammed. No data will be transferred.
(3)Progress is displayed on the monitor.
* mark is increased by steps.
(14) After completing data transfer, ECU reprogramming starts sequentially
Select and load data
Select “Load RPG file” in main menu
Select a reprogramming data file
Esc key: Move back to main menu.
-The data files are displayed in numeric order of data No.. (From big to small; new to old)
Reconfirm the data file No., and press Enter key to start transferring the data into V.C.I. built-in-memory.
Esc Key: Cancel
Progress is displayed on monitor
* mark is increased by steps
After completing data transfer, ECU reprogramming starts sequentially
Special case:
If V.C.I. has already stored the reprogramming data, select “ECU Reprogram” in main menu, and press Enter key
Reprogramming data file No. and program version No. in the V.C.I. memory are displayed for a few seconds, and then ECU reprogramming starts sequentially.
Reprogramming ECU…(VCI to vehicle ECU)
ECU parts No. and ROM-ID No. are displayed. Press Enter key to start reprogramming.
-Reprogramming must carry out on the condition of engine stop and IG switch on.
Do not disconnect harness/ turn off the IG switch during ECU reprogramming.
[Messages before/during reprogramming process]
a)“RPG data doesn’t apply to ECU”
Reprogramming stopped owing to the data in V.C.I. memory being not appropriate for the ECU.
Note down the displayed ECU parts No. and ROM-ID.
Restart V.C.I. by pressing Enter key, and confirm the matching of the data file No, which is displayed by reboot, and the ECU part No./ ROM-ID for reprogramming.
“ECU same as VCI, CK for new data” (CK; check) Reprogramming stopped because reprogramming has been already done
5 steps progress is displayed while reprogramming
Do not press any key during reprogramming automatically proceeding.
Do not turn off V.C.I. power or IG switch during reprogramming.
STEP1: Saving the data to the back up memory.
STEP2: Erasing data in ECU.
STEP3: Writing reprogramming data
STEP4: Verifying the data between ECU and V.C.I.
STEP5: Erasing diagnosis code and back up memory
On completion of the 5 steps, new reprogrammed ECU parts No. and ROM-ID are displayed.
Turn IG switch LOCK(OFF)
Diagnosis code might be memorized in ECU if without turning IG switch Lock (off)
ECU reprogramming completed
Verify the system properly operated by starting engine. Enter key: V.C.I. restart.

GM MDI 2 Genuine and Clone Table Comparison

Look here: GM MDI 2 what’s the difference of the genuine and the china knock-off?
compared with MDI 1, what’s good of MDI2? Should you buy a new one?
Product GM MDI 2 (genuine) GM MDI 2 (clone)
Original Original from the dealer China clone off
Price 1200 usd or so 229 usd
WiFi Yes Yes
Speed Fast Fast
Security Good

Use with relief

Better than MDI
Update Yes Yes, update via HDD
Operation system Optional

You can try MDI2 software on any possible systems
Windows 7 64 bit ONLY
Global TIS Yes Yes
GDS2 Yes Yes
Tech 2 Win Yes Yes
TIS2Web–SPS. Yes Yes

SPS programming for existing and future SGM vehicles
OBDII Diagnosis Yes Yes
ECU Programming Yes Yes
Key Programming Yes Yes
Pass-Thru Programming Yes, done by TIS2Web–SPS Yes
Hidden Function Reflashing Yes Yes
Vehicle Vauxhall Opel, Buick, Chevrolet

all Vauxhall/Opel 16 pin vehicles from 1996 to 2017
The MDI 2 genuine and china clone share the same functions.
They are different in the price and operating system only!
For a GM garage, you can buy the genuine to use with relief!
For personal use, the price of clone is good and it’s worth the money!
MDI 2 comes with GM software in a HDD that people don’t have to install software themselves and will have no installation issues!
Is it necessary to have a MDI 2 if you have a MDI already?
It depends.
If you are the one pursuit security and efficiency, it’s necessary to have a new MDI2 interface.
in detail… (all information below works for the original MDI2. for the china clone, it’s for reference only!)
The next generation of the J2534 GM Multiple Diagnostic Interface, MDI 2 (Fig. 1, right), offers increased processing power and security than the original MDI (Fig. 1, left) for faster programming speeds on current Global A vehicles as well as future Global B vehicles. The compact communication module is required in order to manage the transfer of data between a vehicle’s onboard network and a service technician’s PC.
Fig. 1
Both original and clone MDI 2 are now available in the market.
Both MDI 2 supports diagnostic applications — GDS 2, Data Bus Diagnostic Tool, and Tech2Win — as well as Pass-Thru programming applications — TIS2Web–SPS.
Enhancements to the tool were based on technicians’ feedback on how they use the MDI and how to improve it. It replaces the first generation MDI, introduced in 2007, for Pass-Thru programming on current GM models. The MDI 2 is backward compatible, so it can be used to perform Pass-Thru programming on all vehicles built since 1996.
The MDI 2 connects to the vehicle via the J1962 connector using a new DLC cable. Connection between the MDI 2 and the PC running the Global Diagnostic System 2 (GDS 2) software can be accomplished via standalone (USB), through a new Point-to-Point wireless Wi-Fi interface feature (a simple plug & play), or through the dealership network (Ethernet or wireless).
MDI 2 Full Kit
The EL-52100 MDI 2 kit includes:
  • MDI 2 Unit
  • SAE J1962 DLC Cable (Fig. 2)
  • 10-ft. USB A to USB B Cable (Fig. 3)
  • Ethernet Cable
  • D-Link Wireless USB Adapters (Dongles) (Optional; for wireless connection) (Fig. 4)
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
A DLC Cable Self-Test Loopback Adapter (Fig. 5) was sent to dealerships as an essential tool in December. It’s compatible with the MDI and MDI 2. It’s also sold separately through GM Dealer Equipment.
The adapter is used to test the DLC cable for open wires when used with the MDI Manager software. The adapter also can be used to power the MDI or MDI 2 on the workbench.
Fig. 5
GM MDI 2 Connections (Fig. 6)
  1. USB Port Type A
  2. DB26 Connector (DLC Cable)
  3. USB Port Type A
  4. USB Port Type B – PC Connection Port
  5. Wireless Adapter (Dongle)
  6. Ethernet Port
Fig. 6
New Features
  • Wi-Fi Connection– The USB Wi-Fi adapter uses a USB dongle that enables Point-to-Point connections without the need for Wi-Fi SSID information or a wireless router.
  • USB Connection– Uses a new, more secure Type B connector and Ground Offset Failure protection. A wired connection is recommended for longer programming events.
  • Power Source – The MDI 2 is powered from the vehicle battery via the DLC Cable. It may also be powered over USB to perform firmware updates only using a PC.
  • Power Backup– Internal batteries that were used in case of a power interruption have been removed, which eliminates the possibility of old batteries corroding over time and damaging the unit. Capacitors maintain power during engine cranking, so operation is maintained.
  • Firmware Download– Uses USB 2.0 for faster firmware downloads instead of a separate AC power supply.
  • Future Expansion– Additional USB ports, an SD memory card slot and Function buttons are built into the unit for future enhancements.
  • Operating Temperature Range– The temperature range has been extended to -20° to 70°C (the MDI range was zero to 50° C).
  • DLC Cable– The DLC cable is twice as long as the previous cable and connects at the top, making it easier to use. The cable only connects to the MDI 2. A self-test adapter (accessed through the MDI Manager) can be used to test the integrity of the cable.
MDI Manager Software
The MDI Manager must be installed on the PC in order to configure, update and run diagnostic applications targeted for the PC.  Initially, use the MDI Manager software to set up the configuration of the MDI 2. The MDI Manager is also used to update the firmware on the MDI 2. Visit the TIS2Web/GlobalTIS website to determine if a newer version of MDI Manager software is available.
Wireless Dongle Setup
The first time the MDI 2 is used, the point-to-point USB dongle must be paired with the PC, which will install the necessary drivers on the computer. One dongle should be plugged into the PC and one into the MDI 2. (Fig. 7) The dongles are identical. Use either one for either connection. Remove the bottom dust cover to access the port.
TIP: Do not plug the dongle into a USB hub. It must be plugged directly into the computer.
Fig. 7
Connect the MDI 2 to the PC via the USB cable. After starting the MDI Manager, the Point-to-Point connection is automatically configured. The USB dongles are intended to stay plugged into the PC or laptop at all time. If it must be removed, safety eject it by right-clicking on the Windows USB icon in the bottom right toolbar on the computer.
Dealerships considering new purchases should look into the MDI 2 for its many new advantages The original MDI will continue to be supported, but will not work on future Global B models.
– Thanks to Chris Henley
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2018.03 Multi-diag Access J2534 Ford GM Chrysler Jeep Saab Vehicle List

Multi-Diag Access J2534 Passthru 2018.03 OBD diagnostic tool is confirmed to work for some vehicles made in the U.S.A. including GM and Ford.
Multi-Diag 2018 on American vehicles:
Multi Diag  Chevrolet: YES
Multi-Di@g Ford: YES
Multi-Diag  Chrysler: YES
MultiDiag Jeep: Yes
MultiDiag Saab: Yes
MultiDiag Buick: NO
Multi Diag GMC: NO
Multi-Diag Cadillac: NO
Multi Diag Dodge: No
Access Multi Diag 2018 Chevrolet vehicle list:
Alero 1999-2002
Aveo I 2002-2011
Aveo II 2011-2018
Beretta 1987-1996
Blazer 199502005
Camaro 1998-2002
Captiva I 2006-2011
Captiva II 2011-2018
Corvette V 1998-2004
Cruze 2008-2015
Epica 2006-2011
Evanda 2005-2010
Kalos 2005-2008
Lacetti 2008-2011
Matiz 2004-2010
Nubira 2004-2010
Orlando 2011-2018
Rezzo 2005-2009
Spark II 2004-2010
Spark III 2010-2015
Spark IV 2015-2018
Tahoe 2000-2005
Trailblazer 2001-2009
Transport 1997-2005
Trax 2013-2018
Volt 2011-2014
Multi Diag 2018 Ford vehicle list:




Support both old (OBD I) and new (OBD II) Fords
B-Max 2012-2018
Bronco 1966-1996
C-Max I 2003-2007
C-Max I Facelift 2007-2010
C-Max II 2010-2015
C-Max III 2015-2018
Cougar 1998-2001
Courier V 1995-2002
Courier VI 2002-2013
Econovan 1983-2005
Ecosport I 2004-2012
Ecosport II 2013-2017
Edge 2015-2018
Escape 2000-2017
Escort III 1980-1990
Escort IV 1991-1995
Escort V 1995-2002
Everest III 2015-2018
Explorer I 1993-1997
Explorer II 1998-2002
Explorer III 2001-2010
Explorer IV 2010-2017
Fiesta II 1989-1996
Fiesta III 1995-2000
Fiesta IV 1999-2008
Fiesta VI PH1 2008-2013
Fiesta VI PH2 2013-2017
Fiesta VII 2017-2018
Focus I 1998-2005
Focus II 2004-2010
Focus III 2011-2015
Focus IV 2015-2018
Fusion 2002-2011
Galaxy I 1995-2006
Galaxy II 2006-2015
Galaxy III 2015-2018
GT II 2016-2018
KA I 1996-2009
KA I Streetica 2003-2005
KA II 2008-2016
KA III/FIGO 2016-2018
KUGA I 2008-2013
KUGA II 2013-2018
Maverick I 1993-1997
Maverick II 1997-2004
Mondeo I 1993-2000
Mondeo II 2000-2007
Mondeo III 2007-2015
Mondeo IV 2014-2018
Mustang VI 2015-2018
Orion II 1990-1994
P100 1982-1994
Probe 1993-1998
Puma 1997-2002
Ranger I 1998-2006
Ranger II 2006-2011
Ranger III 2011-2018
S-Max I 2006-2015
S-Max II 2015-2018
Scorpio I 1985-1994
Scorpio II 1994-1998
Sierra I 1982-1993
Sierra  II 1991-1993
Tourneo Connect I 2002-2013
Tourneo Connect II 2013-2018
Tourneo Courier 2014-2018
Tourneo Custom 2012-2018
Transit I 1976-1991
Transit II 1992-2000
Transit III 2000-2006
Transit IV 2006-2012
Transit V 2013-2017
Transit Connect I 2002-2013
Transit Connect II 2013-2017
Transit Courier 2014-2017
Transit Custom 2012-2017
Windstar 1995-2003
Multi Diag J2534 2018 Chrysler car list:
300C I 2004-2011
300C II 2012-2018
300M 1999-2004
Crossfire 2003-2009
Delta III 2008-2016
Grand Voyager I 1994-2008
Grand Voyager II 2008-2018
Neom 1994-2004
PT Cruiser 2000-2009
Sebring 2007-2011
Stratus 1994-2001
Voyager II 1994-2001
Ypsilon II 2011-2007

2018.03 Multi Diag J2534 Passthru Jeep car list:
Cherokee II 1999-2001
Cherokee III 2001-2014
Cherokee IV 2014-2018
Compass I 2007-2017
Compass II 2017-2018
Grand Cherokee IV 2011-2018
Patriot 2007-2017
Renegade 2014-218
Wrangler III JK 2007-2018
2018 Multi Diag J2534 Passthru Saab car list:
9-3 I 1998-2003
9-3 II 2002-2012
9-5 I 1997-2010
9-5 II 2010-2012
900 I 1981-1993
900 II 1993-1998
9000 1996-1998
Note: Access Multi Diag 2018 has a better universal vehicle coverage, compared with I-2016 Multidiag. But you cannot update version 2016 directly to 2018 for the hardware is different. The 2016 interface will be damaged if you try 2018 sw with it.


Full vehicle coverage can be found in the video:
2018.03 Multi Diag Access J2534 Passthru abilities on American vehicles:
You can do diagnosis for the different models:
(the menu might be different for various models)
  1. Maintenance
Diagnosis codes from all computers
Reset maintenance interval
Modification of the sewage
Read / erase fault calculators
Maintenance of the particulate filter
  1. Air conditioning
Diagnosis of cooling electronic
Reading settings cooling circuit
Test servo actuators
  1. Pollution control
Diagnosis of the particulate filter
Electronic control of pollutant emissions
Control of the Lambda probe
  1. Liaison to the ground
Electronic configuration of the size of tires
Electronic configuration of tires (winter / summer)
Setting valves tire pressure
Diagnosis and management of shock-driven
Calibration of the sensor angle Driving (initialization of the steering angle)
  1. Body
Implementation of safety airbags (lock / unlock)
Reconfiguration of a new calculator Airbag
Diagnosis of calculators Airbag
Rain sensor windshield (reading and erasing fault)
Test panel and activators of lights
Setting Xenon headlights
Rear radar
  1. Post-equipment
Setting up the radio
Configuration loader CD
Setting alarms
Configuration of the coupler
Configuration bicycle loading system
  1. Braking
Diagnosis of calculators ABS, ESP
Diagnosis and unlock electric brakes
Flush the brake system
  1. Motor
Diagnosis of any calculator injection engine (diesel, gasoline, flex fuel, etc.)
Program of injectors
Electronic configuration of the EGR valve
  1. Expert Mode
Diagnosis of advanced computers
Configuration of comfort functions
Change the language of the instrument panel
Physical measures (option with a probe – not supplied)
Direct access to all functions of diagnosis

How to Add Sprinter W906 2006 key with Autel IM608?

Test report:  Autel MaxiIM IM608 added key to a Mercedes Sprinter W209 2006- via OBD successfully. No EIS removal.
Select Immobilizer-Sprinter-Smart Mode
Reading vehicle information
It is a Mercedes Sprinter 906 2006-
Select Add key
Follow 7 steps to complete key programming
1. Read EIS data
2. Read ignition key information
3. Read blank key information
4. Calculate key password
5. Generate key file
6. Write key file
7. Test if the new key works normally.
Let’s get into the details:
Detecting frequency. Put the ignition key close to the programmer remote reception position and press any button of the key
Insert the ignition key into IR keyhole on the XP400 programmer and press OK
Check if the ignition key is a smart key. Here press NO
Autel IM608 displayed number of possible existing keys: 3 and No smart key, press OK to continue
Detecting frequency. Put the blank key close to the XP400 programmer remote reception position and press any button of the key
If cannot detect blank frequency, press Yes to re-test
Insert the blank key into IR keyhole on the XP400 programmer and press OK
Communicating with the key
IM608 ask do you have a key password, if no press OK to enter Password Calculation process
Follow steps below to calculate key password
1. Insert the ignition key into the EIS and wait for 5s
2. Remove the ignition key
3. Insert the key into the EIS and wait for 2s
4. After pulling the ignition key out, insert it into the IR keyhole on the XP400 programmer
5. Collecting data, calculating password
(The whole process takes about 10-30m)
Calculate password success
6. Insert the ignition key into the EIS and wait for 30s
After the key password is calculated, it may be required to insert and remove the ignition key for multiple times before it can start the vehicle.
Password calculation completed.
Press OK to return to Key Addition process and proceed to the next step
Generating key file
Insert the blank key into the IR keyhole on the XP400, press OK
Detecting key
Writing key file
Add key completed. Press OK, check if the new key can be used normally
Insert the new key into EIS. If the red indicator on the key turns on and goes off, the key learning is successful
If the red indicator stays on, try inserting and removing the key for several times, if still not working, add key failed.
Autel MaxiIM added Sprinter W906 key success.

How to Program Subaru Crosstrek TPMS with Autel TS508?

I just picked up the Autel MaxiTPMS TS508. probably similar in operation, although the TS408 does not have an OBDII port/cable for relearning like the 508, which worked fine to relearn my Method wheels on my 2019 Limited with AUZONE Pro-sensors (same as OEM). Be sure to check Autel website for Firmware updates. You simply scan the sensors, and then download to the ECM with the OBDII cable included after installing and/or rotating. I believe only option with the 408 is to clone OEM sensors to Autel MX sensors.

Recently switched to Method 502 wheels and BFG AT KO2’s in LT215/75-15 size.

Purchased from along with TPMS sensors and was able to use the TS508 without issue. The sensors provided are AUZONE pro-sensors (433Mhz) type and are equivalent to Subaru OEM sensors.

Prior to programming I updated the tool firmware from Autel’s support site.
I used the Relearn function and simply scanned the sensors in sequence from LF, RF, RR, LR and then write the sensor ID’s to the ECM using the OBDII cable included. It then verifies the sensor ID’s and positions match the vehicle ECM, and clears the DTC codes and TPMS light.

After driving about 5 or 6 miles the DIC was displaying pressures properly, as I’m running my BFG’s at 42 front and 40 rear.

Not sure if relearning is necessary at tire rotation or if the positions will update automatically but I’ll find out in 3000 miles when I rotate.













Last pic shows s/w revisions after updating from Autel website.
If you go with Autel MX sensors you can simply clone your OEM sensors to run two sets of wheels without relearning at each tire swap.

Solved! CGDI Prog MB Load File Failed Error

Here’s the final solution to CGDI MB key programmer error: “Load File Failed, error code: 27E1” (shown picture below)
Possible reasons that cause the error:
1).  Device fell on the ground and damaged
2).  Take apart the CGDI main unit manually
CGDI Prog MB host is equipped with an encrypted battery. If you disassemble the programmer, the encrypted battery will power off automatically.  BenzMonster software refuses to run properly.
What is more, the battery cannot be purchased separately nor installed by yourself.
The ONLY solution is to send CGDI back to repair.
Always read CGMB label and directions carefully before beginning use.

Program Peugeot 207 Remote Key with Lonsdor K518ISE

New test report: Lonsdor K518 can read pin code and program remote key for Peugeot 207.


Devices used:

Original key

Keydiy universal remote

Keydiy KD-X2 remote maker

Lonsdor K518ISE/K518S key programmer



Step 1: Generate  remote




In Keydiy app, select wired NB multi-function 433MHz universal remote for Peugeot 207


Write/generate remote success.


Step 2: Read Pin Code

Turn on ignition switch

In Lonsdor, select Immobilizer->Peugeot->Read Pin Code->Type 1

Turn off ignition. Do not insert key.


Turn on ignition

Turn off ignition

Turn on ignition again

Turn off ignition


Read pin code success


Step 3: Program key

Select Immobilizer->Peugeot->Select from vehicle->207->Immobilizer->Type 2->Program key


Turn on ignition switch

K518 will read vehicle information, VIN, software number etc

Enter 4-digit pin code to access


Turn ignition off and on with keydiy remote (1st key) within 15s



Program first key success


Turn ignition off, replace new key and turn on ignition



Follow same procedure to program 3rd key (original key)



Step 4: Program remote control

Manually program remote control

1.Turn off ignition and remove key

2.Insert a key and switch on ignition

3. Press any button of the remote key for 10s and then release within 20s

4.Switch off ignition and remove key

5. For more keys, repeat step 2-4



Test the remote control and start engine




Free Download V14.10.020 Toyota TIS Techstream Crack

Latest version V14.10.020 Toyota TIS Techstream has been tested and verified working on issue by engineer.
Software version: V14.10.028
(Crack version. No Activation)
Operation system: Windows 7 32 bit
Toyota Teschstream 14.10.028 has been tested OK with:
Free Download Toyota Techstream V14.10.028 Software
How to install Toyota Techstream 14.10.028 software?
Step 1: Install Setup
Open software CD
Open Techstream_V14.10.028 folder
Copy and paste Techstream_SetupNA_V14.10.028 to desktop
Run Techstream setup on desktop
Select setup language
Install Techstream InstallSheild Wizard
Press Next
Accept license agreement
Enter customer information, User Name: AADD, Company name: toyota, press Next
Install the program
Step 2: Install driver
Run MVCI Driver for Toyota-Cable 2.0.1
Install Mini VCI driver for Toyota TIS, press Next
Ready to install
Finish driver installation
Step 3: Crack Techstream
Open Techstream software on the desktop
If windows gives a Java Runtime error, press No to ignore.
Launch Techstream 14.10.028 software
If techstream requires a registration key, press Cancel
Select Setup tab->VIM Select, select interface: Xhorse-MVCI
Open readme.txt on software CD
Copy Techstream.exe”/395070/VM:1
Right click Techstream Properties on desktop


Replace MainMenu.exe by Techstream.exe”/395070/VM:1 in Target area
Then Apply
Step 4: Install Device Driver
Connect Mini VCI J2534 cable with laptop
Installing device driver software
Open MVCI Firmware Update Tool
Read Device Info
Device connected
Step 5: Run Techstream
Open Techstream software on the desktop
Initializing USB communication
Read vehicle information and confirm
Start diagnose vehicle



How to use Digiprog3 to change Toyota Auris Odometer?

Here’s the guide to change mileage on a Toyota Auris with IC 93C86 by using digiprog 3 v4.94.

Need to remove dash


Locate EEPROM IC 93c86, connect it with digiprog3 via eeprom clip adapter


In digiprog 3, select CAR/TRUCK->Toyota->Auris C86






Digiprog prompts to connect with PLUG 1


It will display current mileage
Manually enter odometer you desired to change


Writing new mileage


Select CAR/TRUCK->Toyota->Auris C86 to check if the odometer has changed successfully


Reinstall instrument cluster to vehicle.