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In your owners manual there is a section that explains how to do this via the online menu setup. I used to have one of these vehicles and had to do this a couple of times. I found the info in the owners manual. If you don't have a manual then any GM dealer should be able to give you this information no charge, by printing it off their computer system. Otherwise just visit a used car lot and read the owners manual there.

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