About the Axxess MITO-02 Wiring Interface
The Axxess MITO-02 wiring interface lets you install an aftermarket stereo in select 2007-up Mitsubishi vehicles with the factory Rockford Fosgate audio system. The interface connects the new stereo with the factory amplifier, so you don't have to rewire your entire system. Warranty: 1 year.
Important note: Your new stereo must have front and rear preamp outputs or you'll need a 4-channel line output converter to use this interface. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this model is compatible with your vehicle.
More details on the Axxess MITO-02 Wiring Interface
Mitsubishi Data Bus Interface:The MITO-02 Mitsubishi Data Bus Interface is designed specifically for select Mitsubishi vehicles with OEM factory installed Rockford Fosgate audio systems when installing an aftermarket headunit in the vehicle. The OEM factory installed Rockford Fosgate audio system uses a digital signal to turn on the factory installed amp in select Mitsubishi cars. The MITO-02 supplies that digital signal to turn the factory amplifier on. When installing an aftermarket radio that has navigation built-in, the MITO-02 can supply VSS (Vehicle Speed Sense), Parking Brake, and Reverse functions. However, Reverse is not available on manual transmission vehicles.
Note: The aftermarket radio must have two pair of preamp outputs in order to properly interface. If it does not, you will need a line output converter.
Vehicle Compatibility: Currently the MITO-02 is compatible with the following Mitsubishi vehicles equipped with an OEM factory installed Rockford Fosgate audio system.
- 2008-2013 Lancer
- 2007-2013 Outlander
- 2011-2013 Outlander Sport
Level Adjustment: There are two pentiometers next to the Molex plug on the MITO-02 interface. The one closest to the Molex connector is the subwoofer level control and the other is the front door speaker level control. Using a small blade screwdriver you can turn the potentiometer of the speaker you want to adjust either clockwise (to make it louder) or counterclockwise (to lower the volume).
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