Car Fitment Guide

Check vehicle compatibility.

miaLinkup is designed to work on most 1996 and newer vehicles (cars, light trucks, SUVs, and minivans) sold in the United States that are OBD-II (On Board Diagnostics II) compliant. Please use the drop downs below to locate the make, year and the model of your vehicle. The guide will provide compatibility and feature information specific to your vehicle.

Heavy duty trucks, motorcycles and ATVs are not compatible with the device.

If you cannot find your vehicle using this tool and your vehicle is a 1996 or newer model sold in the US, please click here to send us an email with a description of your vehicle.

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FAQ

What is the Line of sight range of miaLinkup?

US Version:
miaLinkup to phone range approximately is 2500 feet or 0.5 mile.
Phone to miaLinkup range without BT extender approximately is 33 feet Phone to miaLinkup range with BT extender approximately is 2500 feet or 0.5 mile.

European Version:
miaLinkup to phone range approximately is 120 Meters.
Phone to miaLinkup range without BT extender approximately is 10 Meters
Phone to miaLinkup range with BT extender approximately is 120 Meters.

* Note: the BT extender is not available on Kickstarter. It will be available later on miaLinkup website.

What is the range of miaLinkup when there are buildings or other objects between the Smartphone and miaLinkup?

US Version:
miaLinkup to phone range approximately is 250-1000 feet.
Phone to miaLinkup range without BT extender approximately is 33 feet
Phone to miaLinkup range with BT extender approximately is 250-1000 feet.

European Version:
miaLinkup to phone range approximately is 40-80 meters.
Phone to miaLinkup range without BT extender approximately is 10 Meters
Phone to miaLinkup range with BT extender approximately is 40-80 meters.

* Note: the BT extender is not available on Kickstarter. It will be available later on miaLinkup website.

What is the difference between the US Version and the European version?

It is the same unit. When you set up your unit for the first time, to meet European laws and Certification, selecting Europe as your location will load the EU profile. The US profile transmits a stronger signal than the European one. To meet European CE and ETSI Certification, we had to lower the transmission signal for the European profile. For the US Profile we meet the maximum allowance per FCC Title 47, Section 15.247.

Is the data being transmitted from/to the miaLinkup encrypted?

miaLinkup is secured with industry-standard AES 256-bit encryption to keep all your wireless communications in the right hands. This means that only the set of authorized users that you control can communicate with your car.

Can multiple phones connect to a miaLinkup?

You can pair miaLinkup up to five phones, but only one phone can connect to miaLinkup. The last paired device gets the highest priority.

How can I know miaLinkup will work on my vehicle ?

1996 or newer model year vehicle sold in the United States

United States legislation requires all cars and light trucks model year (MY) 1996 and newer to be OBD-II compliant. More information is available on the EPA’s website.

2001 or newer model year gasoline vehicle sold in the European Union

Commission Directive 70/220/EEC, Annex I:

8.1. Vehicles with positive-ignition engines
With effect from 1 January 2000 for new types and from 1 January 2001 for all types, vehicles of category M1, except vehicles the maximum mass of which exceeds 2500 kg, and vehicles of category N1 class I, must be fitted with an on-board diagnostic (OBD) system for emission control in accordance with Annex XI. […]

Note that here “European Union” means countries which were members of the EU in 2000.

2004 or newer model year diesel vehicle sold in the European Union

Commission Directive 70/220/EEC, Annex I:

8.2. Vehicles with compression-ignition engines
Vehicles of category M1, except
– vehicles designed to carry more than six occupants including the driver,
– vehicles whose maximum mass exceeds 2500 kg,
from 1 January 2003 for new types and from 1 January 2004 for all types, must be fitted with an on-board diagnostic (OBD) system for emission control in accordance with Annex XI.

Note that here “European Union” means countries which were members of the EU in 2003.

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