(UPDATE) Still need a nice option that is not just for Mitsubishi...
There are other options to the MUT-III tool to reset the i-MiEV TPMS. Here is what I found:http://www.thetpmsforum.com/showthread.php?1530-Mitsubishi-i-MiEV-TPMS-Reset-Procedure
Mitsubishi i-MiEV TPMS Reset Procedure
Relearn Code: MIT-1
Relearn Procedures: A properly formatted scan tool is required to learn sensor IDs when replacing sensors. http://jameshalderman.com/index.html
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Make/Model Year(s) Procedure
Mitsubishi i-MiEV 10-13 MIT-1
IMPORTANT: Verify scan tool capability BEFORE installing sensors. Many tools do not have the capability to write new sensor IDs via the OBDII. New sensor IDs HAVE to be written via OBDII connection, or a cloneable sensor can be used if given previous sensors' ID number. A properly formatted scan tool is required to learn new sensor IDs when replacing sensors. http://jameshalderman.com/images/tpms_procedures.pdf
Mitsubishi i-MiEV: A properly formatted scan tool is required to learn new sensor IDs when replacing sensors.
ateq Mitsureset (Mitsubishi only)https://www.ateq-tpms.com/en-us/home/support/mitsureset-ecu-reset-for-mitsubishi/https://www.ateq-tpms.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Mitsureset-Quickstart-User-Manual-En-Sp.pdfhttps://www.ateq-tpms.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/MitsuReset-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf
$150 (OBD! asian makes, but not for mitsubishi)
ATEQ QuickSet TPMS Reset Tool https://www.amazon.com/ATEQ-QuickSet-TPMS-Reset-Tool/dp/B008SCWXN4/ref=sr_1_2?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1487823271&sr=1-2&keywords=ATEQ+QuickSet+TPMS+Reset+Toolhttps://www.ateq-tpms.com/en-us/home/support/quickset-light-tpms-reset-tool/https://www.ateq-tpms.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Quickset-Coverage-Chart-11.11.16-V5-1.pdf
ATEQ VT56 universal TPMS tool?https://www.ateq-tpms.com/en-us/home/products/vt56-tpms-tool/https://www.ateq-tpms.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/VT56-Factsheet-English.pdf
As an example of what not to get, here are a few other TPMS tools which I don't think will work with the i-MiEV:
$135 (missing OBD!)
Autel TS401 MaxiTPMS TPMS Activation Tool https://www.amazon.com/Autel-TS401-MaxiTPMS-TPMS-Activation/dp/B00AERMVYC/ref=zg_bs_2201766011_2?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=C38KHMVB62FX54HD09Z5&th=1
Can this tool program all car make and model?
Nope, It just a real nice code reader. Check out the ATEQ QuickSet TPMS Reset Tool ($150), works great!
$152 (missing OBD!)
Foxwell NT1001 TPMS Trigger Tool https://www.amazon.com/Foxwell-NT1001-TPMS-Trigger-Tool/dp/B00P3JOIK6/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1487811710&sr=8-2&keywords=Foxwell+NT1001+TPMS+Trigger+Tool
ITM 08001 Sensor-AID Black TPMS Diagnostic and Programming Tool https://www.amazon.com/ITM-08001-Sensor-AID-Diagnostic-Programming/dp/B00I7M3IVQ
TPMS Reset Procedure
Make:Mitsubishi Model:i-MiEV Sub-Model:SE Year:2012, 2013, 2014
Before performing the re-learn procedure below, please review all data in your owner’s manual pertaining to your TPMS system.
As of 4/1/2013, There is NO equipment in the industry with the protocol to communicate learned TPMS Sensor ID's into the vehicles ECU. On some models, It has been noted that you can work around this issue by using a hand scanner to record you sensor id's and a Diagnostic Tool like the Snap-on Verus to hard code the sensor id's directly into the ECU.
1. Properly install tire pressure sensors.
This step should be performed only by a tire technician who has been properly trained in the operation and installation of TPMS systems.
2. Confirm all tires are inflated to the pressure indicated on tire placard. (located in the door jam of your vehicle)
This is a sample tire pressure placard.
Not for this specific vehicle.
3. Following the instructions supplied by the manufacturer of your properly formatted scan tool. Read the sensor ID's into your scan tool starting with the left front tire, contact tire sidewall near air valve and press the switch to learn the sensor id.
4. Repeat step 4 on the remaining tires, in the following order,
5. Connect Diagnostic Tool into the OBD plug under your dash. Turn ignition to ON position (engine off). Following the instructions supplied by the manufacturer of the on-board diagnostic equipment, go to the TPMS Screen and enter codes and positons. (Procedures vary by manufacturer of diagnostic tools)
NOTE: Some Models are not available on the above mentioned diagnostic unit to perform this procedure.
6. Turn the ignition to the “OFF” position and unplug the diagnostic tool.
7. Check the instrument cluster to insure that the TPMS warning light is off.
My EVs: Mitsubishi Zero (2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV and 2014 Zero S 11.4 Motorcycle)