Tag Archive: Witech Micropod 2 Diagnostic

How-To Log In to wiTECH 2.0 With an Okta User Account

Introduction

This article describes how to sign in to wiTECH 2.0 with an Okta user account.

Note: If you have not received an Okta account creation email, you will have to contact your wiTECH 2.0 Subscription Manager admin to be added as a user to the account.

Once you have received an email from Okta, you can use the following guide to finish creating your Okta login account. Create an Okta Login Account

How-To Log In to wiTECH 2.0 With an Okta User Account

1. If a Subscription Manager admin has already added you as a user, and you have already created your Okta Login Account, you can access CnAutotool wiTECH 2.0 from the following link.

AM FCA wiTECH 2.0: https://login.am.fcawitech.com/

2. Before logging in, be sure to bookmark the page, or save to your browser’s favorites for easy access to wiTECH 2.0 in the future.

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3. Once the user has entered there name and password, they will need to utilize there secondary authentication method.

i.  At this screen the user can select to not utilize secondary authentication for 14 days.

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4. Once you have logged in through Okta, you will be directed to the wiTECH MicroPod 2 Vehicle Selection screen, and can begin diagnosing and troubleshooting vehicles.

How to Set up wiTech Micropod 2 with DRB III Emulation

Here’s the customer solution to make Clone wiTech Micropod 2 Chrysler diagnostic tool work with DRB Emulation.

Intention:

Trying to find one micropod II that would work properly with DRB Emulation. Especially with Chrysler Crossfire.

Credit to Radius from Mhhauto. You are at your risk.

Test procedure:

Test 3 different micropod interfaces. 2 devices did not work with DRB III emulation at all, no matter which vehicle. The 3rd device worked and it worked on Chrysler Crossfire – access to ALL modules.

I think the 2 devices which did not work are missing hardware for K-Line or some such.

The device verified working is an OFFLINE ONLY version of Car Diagnostic Tool witech micropod 2 , but I only use it for diagnostics, not for programming as I do not have a TechAuthority account. So if you need one for online use this is not the unit to buy.

clone micropod 2 purchase:

http://www.cnautotool.com/goods-5106-Chrysler+Diagnostic+Tool+wiTech+MicroPod+2.html

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How to get witech to work with Enhanced DRB III Emulator:

1: Make a backup copy of the partition from the hard drive included with the micropod!
2: Install HDD in laptop
3: Set date to 01/01/17 BEFORE booting from laptop
4: Boot to HDD
5: Allow windows to install drivers, etc, as needed for your laptop and reboot as needed.
6: Once all of that is done, do NOT run WiTech yet!
7: Turn OFF internet!
8: Navigate to C:\ProgramData\wiTECH\jserver\data\core\stubs
9: Install DRB Emulator stub
10: Install DRB Enhanced emulator stub
11: Install K-Line stub
12: Reboot computer
13: ALLOW internet access
14: Run Flexnet software updater. Do NOT update WiTech!!!
15: Flexnet will find updates for enhanced DRB and K-Line
16: Install K-Line update first
17: Install Enhanced update next.
18: Once updates and downloaded and installed, turn OFF internet and NEVER turn on again!
19: Reboot computer
20: Attach Micropod to car. When green LED turns on, turn on car ignition
21: Attach USB cable to PC and witech Micropod 2
22: When Windows is done installing drivers, etc, you should show a network connection in the tool tray with no internet access
23: Run Wi-Tech
24: Press “Launch DRB III” button in lower right hand corner
25: Accept EULA
26: DRB Emulator will launch.
27: Enjoy.

Here is a Mega link to a backup image of working installation.

Link to HDD image/backup file of working OFFLINE WiTech installation with working DRB III Emulation:

https://mega.nz/#!gYMC0axD!kicw9OQ9iAF5fK7JAJSUDUR-V5Ujj4DXzT6URGPL7iQ

HDD Partition backup made using Image for Linux from Terabyte Unlimited. You can download trial version here: https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/index.htm

Follow instructions to make bootable USB thumbdrive. Copy image file to spare HDD and connect to laptop with USB adapter.
Boot laptop to USB thumbdrive
Follow prompts to restore backup to laptop HDD partition.

How-To Create an Okta Login Account

Introduction
This article will describe how to create an Okta login account.
The account owner will automatically receive an Okta email when adding a subscription to a tool.
When a new user is added to a tool, they will also receive an Okta email, if they do not have an Okta account already tied to that email.

How-To Create an Okta Login Account

1. If you have received an Okta activation email, open the email and follow the activation link to create an Okta login account.

A link to your organization’s sign in page is also provided in the email: https://login.am.fcawitech.com/

Visit and bookmark this page for easy access to Chrysler Diagnostic Tool in the future.

Click the activation link in the email to begin creating your Okta login account.

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2. Create a password for your account by filling in the password fields.
Your password must have at least 8 characters, a lowercase letter, an uppercase letter, a number, and not include any parts of your username.
Then answer a security question, and select a security image.
When you are finished, click the Create My Account button.

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3. The next step is to setup the extra verification needed for your Okta account. Click the Setup button for the Google Authenticator Mobile App.

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4. You will need one of the smartphone devices shown below.
If you do not have the Google Authenticator Mobile App on your phone, you can download it from the App Store on your device.
Search the App Store for Google Authenticator, and install the app.
Then on your PC, select the type of phone you have available from the options shown below, and click the Next button to proceed.

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5. You will now see a bar-code image on your PC screen. You need to scan this image with the Google Authenticator Mobil app.
Open the Google Authenticator app on your phone. Select the menu icon on the top right.

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6. Then select Set up account.

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7. Select Scan a barcode, and your phone will enter camera mode.

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8. When your phone is in camera mode, position the phone to center on the bar code image displayed on the website.
The app will read the bar-code image and return to the main screen. Your account will now be visible with a randomly generated 6-digit code.
Once you are receiving a code, click the Next button.

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9. Enter your code into the box and click Verify.

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WARNING!

DO NOT DELETE THAT MFA APP (OKTA APP or GOOGLE AUTHENTICATOR APP) ONCE YOU HAVE CONNECTED THE APP WITH YOUR ACCOUNT. THE APP IS REQUIRED TO SIGN IN.

10. If your code was entered correctly, you will see a Passcode successfully verified! message. Click the Done button to proceed.

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11. Click the Done button on the following window to return to the Okta login homepage.

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12. You will then see the Okta login screen. Your can use your organizations sign-in button to login to wiTECH 2.0.

This Okta sign-in button will log you into Chrysler Micropod II, where you can begin troubleshooting and diagnosing vehicles.

You can bookmark or save this link to quickly sign into wiTECH 2.0 in the future. https://login.am.fcawitech.com/

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Note: If you have navigated away from the page while creating a login, and receive an invalid token message upon clicking the link in your email, then please navigate to: fcawitech.okta.com and finish creating your account.