Oil Reset Procedure for Buick LaCrosse 1994-2019
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Buick LaCrosse for the year 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 206, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Buick LaCrosse oil reset procedure for the year 1994 through 2004.
Turn ignition to the “ON” position.
1. Press “i” button repeatedly until “ENGINE OIL MONITOR” is displayed.
2. Press button with the arrow pointing left until “CHANGE OIL SOON” message has been reset.
3. Turn ignition off.
1. Turn ignition to the “ON” position.
2. Slowly depress accelerator pedal 3 times within 5 seconds.
3. Turn ignition off.
Buick LaCrosse oil reset procedure for the year 2011.
1. Turn the ignition to run (one position before starting engine).
2. Press the DIC menu button on the turn signal lever to enter the vehicle information menu. Use the thumbwheel to scroll through the menu items until you reach REMAINING OIL LIFE.
3. Press the SET/CLR button to reset the oil life to 100%.
4. Turn the ignition off and start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
Buick LaCrosse oil reset procedure for the year 2014 through 2019.
1. Switch on the ignition
If your vehicle has an ignition button, press and hold the START button for 5 seconds
2. Go to the cluster applications
Then you’re gonna use the steering wheel buttons right here and press the ◄ navigation button to access the cluster applications
3. Find and select the INFO
In this menu here you want to go to INFO then you will hit the ✓ checkmark to get in
4. Scroll down to the OIL LIFE
Next, you’re gonna press down and you need to get to the Oil Life right there
5. Hold down the ✓ button
Press and hold down the ✓ button on the steering wheel till you hear a beep so that will reset
About Buick LaCrosse
Since 2004, Buick has been producing and marketing a mid-size sedan known as the LaCrosse under the brand name LaCrosse. The Buick LaCrosse is currently in its third generation and serves as the flagship model for the brand. It is positioned above the Buick Regal.
Beginning with the 2005 model year, the first generation of the LaCrosse served as the brand’s mid-size car in North America, taking the place of both the Century and the Regal. Initially, the vehicle was marketed to consumers in that market as the Buick Allure. The LaCrosse underwent a comprehensive redesign for the 2010 model year and was repositioned as a larger premium sedan. The model has undergone yet another redesign for the year 2017.
Despite the fact that manufacturing of the LaCrosse stopped on February 15, 2019, for the North American market, the vehicle is still manufactured in China, where it also received a redesign for the year 2019.
In the year 2000, Buick displayed a LaCrosse concept car that had styling elements that harkened back to Buicks of the late 1940s. Some of these elements included a long hood, swooping sidespear (which was featured on Buicks beginning in 1940 and occasionally until the 1970s), front fender port holes, and a fastback roof line. The rear roof and trunk panel could be removed, turning the trunk into a truck bed, and voice recognition was used instead of traditional switches to control the interior’s fundamental functions. The concept version of the Buick LaCrosse was built on the same General Motors G platform as the production Buick Park Avenue.
The LaCrosse debuted as a 2005 model in late 2004, replacing the Century and Regal. The name was inspired by a Buick concept car shown in 2000 that alluded to the sport of lacrosse.