How-To Register a microPod II to Your Account

Introduction

This article describes how to register a microPod II device to your Subscription Manager Account. Your device must be registered to your account before you can begin using it with Auto Diagnostic tool wiTECH 2.0.

How-To Register a microPod II to Your Account

WARNING: DO NOT SUBMIT MULTIPLE TOOL REQUESTS FOR THE SAME microPod II. DOING SO WILL SLOW DOWN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.

1. Navigate to the Subscription Manager website. Fill in your username and password, then click Sign in or pressENTER on your keyboard.

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2. Click the REGISTER A TOOL button.

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3. If  automotive scan tool microPod II is selected in the dropdown menu, you can enter the microPod II serial number that is located on the back of the device.

Please enter the entire serial number in the format of WSP-XXXXX

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3.1 If you have requested the microPod II’s approval fully, then you will be sent to the following page.

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4. Once you have sent the Registration Request please allow up to one business day for processing. Once your microPod II has been processed you will receive a notification email.

If your device has been approved, it will then be associated to your account, and be visible on the Subscriptions page upon purchase of a subscription.

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You can now assign your microPod II to an active subscription and an Okta account activation email will be mailed to you for logging into wiTECH 2.0.

Review wiTech MicroPod 2 Win7 Win10 Works Fine

Just ordered a Chinese clone Chrysler Micropod II (the SP271-C) and it has been working exactly like an OEM unit.

The provided software is the same as the Chrysler OEM software (verified with file size and md5 hash). This version must communicate to the witech server to verify valid serial number.

I don’t have experience with Windows XP. But this version of Witech works fine on Windows 7 and Windows 10.  (I did try an android ap called chrysler pin pull off google store that promised to get the pin via obd2 dongle but I couldn’t get it to work on mine but may work for others)

No errors so far and tested functions on 3 different vehicles. It has been confirmed working with unmodified software Chrysler wiTech MicroPod 2 (downloaded directly from Chrysler) and online (logged into TechAuthority). Not sure if it will be blacklisted or the firmware will be updateable with the next software release, but for now it works fine.

One vehicle i tested with: a 2014 dodge avenger …. just fine.

was able to flash a module update and program a new key with the unit.

try the emulator on: DRB III emulator confirmed working.

The witech micropod 2 on CnAutotool only works offline so non of the dealer facilities (no ecu updates/wiring diagrams/online manuals) but diagnostic tests and programing work fine
I have also uploaded pictures of the internals for those who are curious.

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