I'm not disagreeing with you. Most Asian manufacturers (Honda, Nissan, etc.) do it the same way Mitsubishi does. The good news is that cloning sensors is a cheap and smart way to subvert the whole process. And if these Autel sensors work, a set of 4 only costs about $100.
Originally Posted by Mark
Well...you guys have finally whined enough that I will go ahead and clone one of my own OEM sensors and replace it with the Autel sensor. Once again I'm going to take one for the team.
I've been asking since December of 2017 (both locally and on this forum), & I still haven't heard of anyone that has successfully cloned a Mirage's factory sensor.
Honestly...I need to do this anyway to satisfy my own curiousity. I was reading the Evo forums and there are a lot of complaints there about some brands of programmable sensors not working with 2014+ Evo's. Oh boy...here we go again! Everything works unless it's on a late-model Mitsubishi!!!
View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 51.6 mpg (US) ... 21.9 km/L ... 4.6 L/100 km ... 62.0 mpg (Imp)