Mitsubishi Key Programming: with FVDI2? SKP900? or Lonsdor?

Mitsubishi key programming tutorial…Here you go.

Tips here including:
Part 1: How to do Mitsubishi key programming?
Part 2: How to choose a good Mitsubishi key programmer
option 1: FVDI2 Mitsubishi
option 2: SuperOBD SKP-900
option 3: Lonsdor K518ise
Part 3: Conclusion

Part 1: How to do Mitsubishi key programming?
Here,take 2014 Mitsubishi.
To program a spare key to your 2014 Mitsubishi, you need two keys that are already programmed and working on the vehicle. If you only have one operational key, your replacement key will require programming from your local dealer or a locksmith with the correct equipment (Part 2 will help choose a working Mitsubishi key programmer). This procedure should also work for many other Mitsubishi models.

Standard Key (Non-Push-to-Start Models)
step 1:
Enter the vehicle and shut the door. Insert the first working key into the ignition and turn it to the “On” position. Wait five seconds, then turn the ignition off and remove the key.
step 2:
Insert the second working key within 20 seconds of removing the first, then turn it to the “On” position. Observe the immobilizer light on the instrument cluster, and shut off the ignition when the light begins to blink.
step 3:
Insert the new key to be programmed into the ignition within 20 seconds and turn it to the “On” position. Observe the immobilizer light. Turn the ignition off when the light illuminates solid for 30 seconds then turns off. Test operation of the key. Repeat this procedure for any additional spare keys you would like to program.

F.A.S.T. Key Programming
step 1:
Sit in the vehicle with both valid F.A.S.T keys and the key you wish to program. Press the push-to-start button to turn the system on, but don’t start the engine.
step 2:
Press the unlock button on the first working F.A.S.T key and hold it. After four seconds, press and hold the lock button while holding the unlock button. Within 10 seconds of pressing the lock button, release it, then release the unlock button. Repeat this step within 30 seconds with the second working F.A.S.T key.
step 3:
Observe the immobilizer light on the instrument cluster. It will blink, then turn solid for 30 seconds. Your new key is programmed when you see the immobilizer light turn off and you hear a buzzer sound for three seconds. Repeat this section for any other F.A.S.T. keys you wish to program.

Part 2: How to choose a good Mitsubishi key programmer

option 1: FVDI2 Mitsubishi
The key programming function currently works by CAN. Please, see below the supported vehicles. In the next versions we will add more vehicles to this list FREE for all customers who own the key learning function. We also plan to support vehicles with KLine interface.
Keys can be programmed when the pin code of the vehicle is known. The Mitsubishi Commander has a database of default pin codes. The pin code can be changed with the Mitsubishi Commander. If the pin code is changed – next time when a key is programmed the new pin code should be entered.
FVDI2 key programmer now works on Mitsubishi by CAN only.But more vehicles will be added/updated to this list and it’s FREE for all customers who own the key learning function. We also plan to support vehicles with KLine interface.
Keys can be programmed when the pin code of the vehicle is known. The Mitsubishi Commander has a database of default pin codes. The pin code can be changed with the Mitsubishi Commander. If the pin code is changed – next time when a key is programmed the new pin code should be entered.

FVDI2 Mitsubishi Car List:
L200 (2006-2011)
L200 Hunter (2011+)
Mitsubishi 380 (2006-2009)
Mitsubishi Challenger (2009-2012)
Hunter (2007-2011)
Pajero (2006-2011)
Grandis (2006-2011)
Shogun (2006-2011)
Montero (2006-2011)
Eclipse (2006-2011)
Galant (2006-2011
Endeavor (2006-2011)
Lancer (2007-2011)
Lancer Evolution (2008-2011)
Outlander (2007-2011)
Colt (2006-2011)

option 2: SuperOBD SKP900
It is very easy to use a SKP900 key programmer to add new keys… Just follow the screen instruction with four arrow buttons, YES/NO button, and keyboard button. No more worry about operation before this. Kids can do it

SKP900 Mitsubishi list
example here
Program Lancer year 2012 key using SKP-900
option 3: Lonsdor K518ISE
K518ISE Mitsubishi list select by system:
SeriesOriginYearFuel TypeFunction
Classified by SystemOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Classified by SystemRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Classified by SystemSmart KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Classified by SystemOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 2
Classified by SystemRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 2
Classified by SystemSmart KeyOtherOtherSystem 2
Classified by SystemOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 3
Classified by SystemRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 3
Classified by SystemRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 4
Classified by SystemOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 4
Lancer-exSmart KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Lancer-exOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Lancer-exRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 1
Outlander-13Smart KeyOtherSystem 1
Outlander14-Smart KeyOtherSystem 2
ASXSmart KeyOtherOtherSystem 2
ASXOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 4
ASXRemote KeyOtherOtherSystem 4
TRITON-10Ordinary KeyOtherSystem 2
TRITON-10Ordinary KeyOtherSystem 3
TRITON-10Remote KeyOtherSystem 2
TRITON-10Remote KeyOtherSystem 3
TRITON11-Ordinary KeyOtherSystem 2
TRITON11-Ordinary KeyOtherSystem 3
TRITON11-Remote KeyOtherSystem 2
TRITON11-Remote KeyOtherSystem 3
Pajero Sport10-Ordinary KeyOtherSystem 2
Pajero Sport10-Remote KeyOtherSystem 2
Classified by SystemOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 5
V73Ordinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 5
V97Ordinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 5
GalantOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 5
GrandisOrdinary KeyOtherOtherSystem 5

K518ISE Mitsubishi vehicle list select by region:
Lots of Mitsubishi cars are updated on March 21, 2018.
Now, it supports Mitsubishi from the North American, South American and Europe.

Lonsdor K518ise Mitsubishi Car List: 
Mitsubishi from America:
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\ASX
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Diamonte
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Eclipse
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Eclipse[CAN]
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Endeavor
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Endeavor[CAN]
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\EVO
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Galant
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Galant[CAN]
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Lancer
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Lancer[CAN]
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Montero
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Montero[CAN]\2007
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Outlander
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Outlander(2013)
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Outlander[CAN]
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Outlander\Pajero\v97\v98
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\America\South America\Outlander\Rvr\2012
Mitsubishi from Europe:
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\3000gt
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\ASX
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Carisma
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Colt Lander
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Eclipse
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\EVO
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Galant Wagon
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Galant\1996-2004
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Grandis
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\I-miev
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\L200
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\L200[CAN]\2011-
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\L400
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Lancer
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Lancer Wagon
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Lancer EX
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Magnum
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Mirage 2013
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Outlander (CAN)
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Outlander
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Pajero PININ
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Pajero 1999-2006
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Shogun
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Sigma
Mitsubishi\Select from vehicle\Europe\Space Wagon

Part 3: Conculsion

In summary, Mitsubishi key programming can be done with all key tools above.

But how to choos the one you need indeed?
Here are some tips for- better read it before you decide to have a Mitsubishi key programmer.
Have a FVDI2 commader for Mistubishi if you have Mitsubishi only. FVDI2 is able to not only add new keys but also help diagnostic tests. Good for DIYers.
Have a SuperOBD SKP900 or Lonsdor K518ISE if you are a locksmith or have many cars need program new keys. SKP900 is popular and receive good feedback.People with it never upset themselves. But, SuperOBD is gonna stop SK900 production so it’s not good for future cars. The last, Lonsdor K518ise wins. It’s a professional universal key programming in the the year 2017 and 2018.


SKP900 Server No Communication when Add Token (Solved)

I can no longer add tokens to my skp900 as they have locked the server. I tried to add tokens on a SkP900 key programmer , tried multiple connection and different laptop , it says Server no communication.
Heard there is a way to upgrade to V5.0 but you need at least one token left. I ran out of token there is also a way around but I cant find it anywhere. Is anyone aware of this and can help me get back my skp900 with tokens… Thanks.
First of all, yes, SuperOBD SKP900 service is down and no more update/add token, so don’t expect they release a token free version V5.0.1.

If you fail to add token, the first step is update your SKP900 to latest version 5.0 (very important !!!).

Then, if your device still have more than 0 tokens, download the file V5.0 ALL and V5.0 Little file containing SKP900 Update tool v2.5 and UpdateNew.bin
Use the V5.0 Little File in this zip to flash your device, then it will be token free. Note it has to be V5.0 version.

If your SKP900 reaches 0 tokens, download the file to release the SKP900 tokens limitation

Q:How to see how many token do I’ve?
A: Down to about 8 or so, you will get notification.

Q: I try to update skp900 to 5.0 but it failed me and it had ‘white screen ‘ show no connection again , any solution?
A: Keep updating until upgrade success completely.


SKP900 Program Chevy Sonic 2014 Remote Key by OBD

Here’s the step by step instructions on how to program a remote head key for a 2014 Chevy Sonic using SuperOBD SKP900 auto key programmer.
4-button remote key
Connect SKP-900 host with vehicle via OBD diagnostic socket using main test cable
Turn ignition switch to ON position
Turn on skp900 v5.0
Select Immobilizer->Chevrolet->Immobilizer 2->New Structure->Loading…->IMMO System
Choose OBDII adapter and turn ignition off
SKP900 detect current number of key: 1
Select Program Key
Turn ignition on
SKP900 key programmer will require to enter 4-digit pin code to access
Manually enter pin and confirm
Programming, please wait for 10 minutes
Turn ignition off and add a new key
Open-close driver door, shut down all electronic equipment
Turn ignition on
Continue to program next key.
Turn ignition off and add extra key
Insert a new key and turn ignition on
Repeat procedure above until key programming is done
Programming succeed.
Test the remote key, working!
Note: SKP900 is out of production. You can choose other alternatives, Xtool X100 Pad2OBDSTAR X300 DP or Lonsdor K518ISE key programmers.