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The radio displays driver information center (DIC) information when it first powers up. The uplevel radio shows the time and outside temperature on the first line of the display, and DIC information on the second line of the display.
There are 3 DIC buttons on the radio.
find the main ecu under the hood pull connection apart check for corrosion-clean any out -you can get a pin cleaning kit at autozone or advanced auto-plug back together -sometimes just pulling apart and re plugging can help with connectivity-Denny
REMOVE THE DIC CENTER SEE IF IT IS GETTING POWER.SHAKE WIRES SEE IF DIC CONTROL WILL LIGHT UP WITH IGNITION ON ENGINE OFF.IF POWER GOING TO DIC CENTER AND SHAKE WIRES YOU STILL DONT SEE THE OIL DISPLAY LIGHT UP.DIC CONTROL COULD BE FAULTY.
Display the "OIL LIFE REMAINING" on the driver information center. If your vehicle does not have DIC buttons, the vehicle must be in park to access this display. Press and hold the "SET/RESET" buttons for more than 5 seconds. The oil life will change to 100%.
Hello, it depends on whether or not you have the Driver Information Center (DIC). I'll send you both ways.
Without the DIC, turn the key to the ON position and depress the gas pedal 3 times within 5 seconds, the light will flash, turn the key off. With the DIC, turn the key to the ON position, press the Fuel Information button repeatedly until OIL LIFE is displayed, press and hold the button with the arrow pointing left until 100% is displayed. Turn the key to off.
I am assuming that the DIC does not "power-up" at all.
Check your owner's manual to see which fuse powers the DIC. If the fuse is OK, you need to get your hands on a wiring diagram and remove the DIC from the dash so you can check to see if you have a good ground on the ground wire to the DIC. Then check to make sure you have battery voltage to the B+ circuit to the DIC. If the proper voltage and ground are present, you will have to take the DIC to your local dealer for repair. Many GM dealers have an exchange program where you can turn your old DIC in and get a "remanufactured" one on the spot. Others will send your DIC out for repair and call you when it is returned to them.
Using the black push button/rod, you know the one where you can switch to see trip A trip B etc?
keep pushing it til you get to the check engine part then it will cycle
through several things. when you find the right place it will read "if
new oil hold reset" at this point just hold reset. That is the black
If this don't work, try it again, sometimes it may miss...