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Old 08-14-2010, 01:10 AM
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How to reset Oil Life message

My Oil Life message is 0%,changed the oil/filter and can't reset message to 100% Oil Life
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Greetings, there is a blue line with "search" on the line, try to put your question in that, you should get lots of answers on reset.
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My Oil Life message is 0%,changed the oil/filter and can't reset message to 100% Oil Life
Push and hold the bottom right steering wheel button for 3-4 secs. (it's also in the manual)
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Old 08-14-2010, 01:43 AM
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My Oil Life message is 0%,changed the oil/filter and can't reset message to 100% Oil Life
Push top right button on steering wheel until the oil life percentage appears. Then hold the bottom button (arrow button) in until it resets.
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These people make it hard!

Press the gas pump button until "Engine Oil Life" pops up, then press and hold the arrow key until the number resets.

Then watch the percentages drop as you pile on the miles...
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These people make it hard!

Press the gas pump button until "Engine Oil Life" pops up, then press and hold the arrow key until the number resets.

Then watch the percentages drop as you pile on the miles...
what gas pump button? ah you mean the gas pump button??... hahaha very nice
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turn the key to the on position...depress the gas pedal 3 times....the oil life will reset....or read the owners manual.....it's all in there....
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These people make it hard!

Press the gas pump button until "Engine Oil Life" pops up, then press and hold the arrow key until the number resets.

Then watch the percentages drop as you pile on the miles...
What could be easier than pushing the button on the steering wheel? I've always been jealous of the people with the Driver Information Center.
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