How to Reset Change Engine Oil Light on Chevy Silverado 2018

How to Reset Change Engine Oil Light on Chevy Silverado 2018 – Silverado is a large-sized pickup truck from Chevrolet. It was launched in Brazil in 1997 to replace the D-20 and had its end in 2001 with GM’s decision to stop the manufacture of full-size SUVs and trucks in Brazil and thus without the successor. The models have been launched powered by gasoline (GM 4.1 MPFI) and diesel (MWM Sprint 4.2), both with inline 6-cylinder (gasoline engine is the same Omega 4.1 MPFI line).

There was also a version with four-cylinder diesel equipped with the old Maxion S4 (naturally aspirated), aimed at entry and commercial vehicle market. It was equipped with a DANA 60 differential on the Diesel-powered models, and these contained the positive traction or “Positraction”, the commercial name adopted by Chevrolet that had been glued to its rear window.

How to Reset Change Engine Oil Light on Chevy Silverado 2018:

To turning off the Change Engine Oil Life Soon Light on 2016 2017 2018 2019 Chevy Silverado, conform to the following instructions:

  • Turn the ignition to position ON without starting the engine.
  • Press the LEFT ARROW navigation button (located on the steering wheel) and then select INFO

  • Scroll down and find the REMAINING OIL LIFE
  • Finally, hold down the  button until the “Oil Life” display changes to 100 percent.
  • Turn the ignition off and start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.

The oil life system can also be reset as follows:

  • Turn the ignition to ON position without starting the engine.
  • Display the REMAINING OIL LIFE on the multi-information display using the navigation button
  • Fully press the gas pedal to the floor three times within five seconds.

For more details, please watch the following video:

This procedure should be work on the latest generation of Chevy Silverado (2016 2017 2018 2019) model years. Hopefully, the article of How to Reset Change Engine Oil Light on Chevy Silverado 2018 can solve your problem. Good Luck!