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Old 05-16-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
 
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Oil life indicator reset

Could someone please tell me how to reset the oil life indicator on my 2007HHR? Thanks
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Turn the key to the on position and hit the gas 3 times..then crank it up and it should reset.
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The easiest way is to turn the key to the on position & hit the gas pedal 3 times & it will clear.
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Or you can turn the key to the on position and press both the info and reset button at the same time for a few seconds and then scroll through the menu till you hit the oil life reset and just hold the reset button until it says reset/acknowledged.
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Interesting. My 2010 is quite simple...once I select the oil life by using the "info" button, I simply hold the "return" button for a few seconds until it resets. I guess this is a newer feature?
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dirty, that's how I do it in my 06
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The manual for my 2010 says to do do as described above with the info button but for some reason, it did not work. I read it again and it said with the 2.2 engine, you can also depress the gas pedal 3 times within 5 seconds after turning the ignition on and that did it.
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