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Have the 'average fuel economy' showing on the DIC and hold down the button with the arrow on it. The button is on the left side of the steering wheel.
 

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lloger said:
Have the 'average fuel economy' showing on the DIC and hold down the button with the arrow on it. The button is on the left side of the steering wheel.
Same goes for oil life percentage, just had my GM dealer service mine and they didn't reset it. Wonder what else they didn't do?
 

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I can't get the oil percentage to change, I have tried several times.
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The way to reset it is to get the oil life percentage displayed on the CID then hold the enter button just to the right till the display changes, just a few seconds. The reset is the button with the arrow, like the enter key on your computer keyboard. If this doesn't do it, get GM to fix it. Good luck....
 

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The way it is supposed to work is: Get the 'Oil life percentage" showing on the DIC, then hold the arrow button down until the percentage resets. To reset some of them, I have to be at a complete stop.
 

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I will try again and I have tried it both ways! The dealer forgot on one change but did it at the others. I wonder if there is a time frame after the oil change that it can't be done???
 

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I will try again and I have tried it both ways! The dealer forgot on one change but did it at the others. I wonder if there is a time frame after the oil change that it can't be done???
No time frame, I did mine two days after dealer serviced it. Guess that's a two day time frame?
 
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Either way will work and there is no time limit to resetting it. If you do the gas pedal thing, key in run position(not running, had someone do this)then gas pedal all the way down and all the way up 3 times within 5 seconds....steering wheel controls are so much easier....but the 5 second thing is the key....
 
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