Question about 2008 Chevrolet Uplander
Most all GM cars and trucks, Now have a Smart Oil Life Monitor System. Your Oil Life Quality (not quantity) is now determined by the Car's on board computer. By your driving habits, speeds, temperature, distance, time, etc. Your Car's computer knows when the Oil is 'worn' out and needs changing. Read the fine print in owners manual for how to reset it. GM owners manuals are available Free online, for reading or printing. Free, Free. Now you still have to pull the dip stick and check the oil level every tank of gas of so. The computer won't do that for you.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
The owners book will tell you,it is 8000km interval and there is a maintan reminder on the uplander.to reset it put ignition to on position,step on the gas pedal 3 times and it resets.alot of new chrysler jeep are that way as well
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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