Q1:Can I use it to do gearbox programming of the Toyota MMT and Mitsubishi?
A1:Sorry, it can not.
Q2: Can I connect the MaxiSYS Pro MS908P with my car in other way? Such as the bluetooth. Or I can only connect through the cable?
A1:The device include one Ipad with one diagnostic box. The diagnostic box communicate with the Ipad by bluetooth. But diagnostic box need to connect cars by cable or connector.
Q3: Can I use the AUTEL MaxiSYS Pro MS908P to program the ECM module?
A3: Some cars can do. Some cars can not.
Q4: What is the difference between the AUTEL MaxiSys MS908 and the AUTEL MaxiSYS Pro MS908P?
A4:Autel MS908P can do the programming function, while the MS908 can not.
No scanner is good for everything and they all have pros and cons. I have a genisys, not crazy about it but keep it around because its fast to grab and hookup. For the tougher problems I use an Autoenginuity which is a laptop based scanner, I find it gives me information I can’t get with other generic scanners.
It is great for CAN. Don’t be fooled by its price it is a powerful tool. To go with Autel Maxisys Pro you need a good scope also. Someone mentioned the Pico from Autonerdz. That for me has been my go to scope, updates are free and Tom at autonerdz is dedicated to helping his customers get the most from their tools. That is also a laptop tool. I use ross-tech for Audi/VW that is laptop based also. I’ve been told that ross-tech is as good as factory? Laptop scanners are the way of the future.