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  • Hi to all !

    Just an introduction here and great to be part of your community.
    Autophix Australia is based in Melbourne, Victoria. A passion for automotive and 4wd and a career in the industry for over 20 years has led company director Trevor Ryan to make fault finding for your vehicle an easy DIY task.

    “I was caught in the middle of Australia and my car went into limp mode. I had no way of checking what was wrong”

    After having a major vehicle malfunction in the middle of Australia with no easy tool to diagnose the problem, Trev went on a quest to bring a DIY diagnostic tool to the Australian Automotive industry.
    The Autophix Australia range of OBDII scanning tools has now made this a reality. With a variety of features available, there is a unit to suit all experience levels. From wireless Bluetooth scanners to fully-fledged workshop grade units, our product range will have a model to suit you.
    Autophix OBD2 Scanners scan through all available ECU protocols in most vehicles built after 1996.
    You can order through our website and be assured of prompt service
    https://autophixaustralia.com.au/
    Last edited by Autophix Australia; 30-08-20, 07:49 PM.

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    Hello Autophix, welcome to the forum.

    In the Mitsubishi world, most functions beyond standard OBDII stuff requires a Mitsubishi MUT-3, or something compatible.

    There are a range of MUT-3 clones that (anecdotally) may or may not work, and a variety of other devices that fall between the basic OBDII device and the genuine MUT-3 (in terms of what they can and cannot do).

    With this in mind, can you recommend a model from your range that will do more for our typical Mitsubishi-owning forum member than the ubiquitous code scanner / monitor?
    NT Platinum. DiD Auto with 265/70R17 Toyo MT, Lift, Lockers, Lockup Mate, Low range reduction, LRA Aux tank, bull bar, winch, lots of touring stuff. Flappy paddles. MMCS is gone!

    Project: NJ SWB. 285/75R16 ST Maxx, 2" OME suspension, 2" body lift, ARB 110, 120l tank, bullbar, scratches, no major dents. Fully engineered in SA. NW DiD & auto in place - a long way to go....

    Scorpro Explorer Box

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nj swb View Post
      Hello Autophix, welcome to the forum. ... can you recommend a model from your range that will do more for our typical Mitsubishi-owning forum member than the ubiquitous code scanner / monitor?
      x2

      Geoff
      03 NP Manual Di-D Exceed, 2" lift, Dobinsons Springs, Lovells Shocks, ORU Winch, ARB Bullbar, Scott's Rods 3" Exhaust, ARB Compressor, Rear Air Locker, Cooper S/T Maxx, Hella Rallye 4000 S/Lights, Pioneer AVH-X5850BT DVD/Tuner w/- Reversing Camera, Sensa Tyre monitor, Uniden UH8080NB UHF, Rhino Platform Roof Rack, Hema HN-7 GPS, Engine Watchdog, CouplerTec, CTEK D250S DC-DC Charger, Snorkel, Towbar.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nj swb View Post
        Hello Autophix, welcome to the forum.

        In the Mitsubishi world, most functions beyond standard OBDII stuff requires a Mitsubishi MUT-3, or something compatible.

        There are a range of MUT-3 clones that (anecdotally) may or may not work, and a variety of other devices that fall between the basic OBDII device and the genuine MUT-3 (in terms of what they can and cannot do).

        With this in mind, can you recommend a model from your range that will do more for our typical Mitsubishi-owning forum member than the ubiquitous code scanner / monitor?

        I suspect this is originally a US based item - over there OBD2 is mandatory from 96 or so on.

        here and the rest of the world Pajero's only went OBD2 on NP3.8's and newer (NS diesel I believe was the diesel change over) Prior to that its all Mutt protocol and no OBD2 scanner works.

        Unless this is a scanner like big foxconn or snapon that support OBD1 (proprietry protocols) units it is probably only OBD2 compliant and as such will only work on the newer vehicles.
        1994 NJ 3.0 now with a 2000NL 3.5 engine and driveline, 2.5 catback, 32" MT Deegan 38's, 1" body lift, front diff drop with front tension rods indexed and cranked an 3", 3" on the rear coils
        *** retired to the big wrecking yard in the sky***
        1998 NL 3.5 blisterside, 305.70.16's on -44 rims 3.5" suspension lift, Custom Bull bar, winch install, custom front control arms, NJ GLS flares and some camping gear in the back AND 8 PSI of BOOOOOST

        .... and 1990 Nissan Z32 300zx for on road shenanigans
        .

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