Oil Reset Procedure for Cadillac Escalade EXT 2002-2006
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Cadillac Escalade EXT 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006.
Cadillac Escalade EXT oil reset procedure for the year 2002 through 2006.
1. Turn ignition to the “ON” position.
2. Slowly depress accelerator pedal 3 times within 5 seconds. “CHANGE OIL SOON” lamp will flash.
3. Turn ignition off.
4. Start engine. Oil life will display 100%.
Cadillac Escalade EXT oil reset procedure for the year 2005.
Press and hold the select button for one second while AVG ECON is displayed to reset the average fuel economy. Average fuel economy will then be calculated starting from that point. If the average fuel economy is not reset, it will be continually updated each time you drive.
Engine Oil Life System:
Press the fuel information button until ENGINE OIL LIFE appears on the display.The engine oil life system shows an estimate of theoil’s remaining useful life. It will show 100% when thesystem is reset after an oil change. It will alert you to change your oil on a schedule consistent with your driving conditions.
Always reset the engine oil life system after an oilchange. To reset the engine oil life system, use the fuelbutton to reach the ENGINE OIL LIFE screen andthen press and hold the select button for ﬁve secondswhile ENGINE OIL LIFE is displayed. OIL LIFE RESET will appear on the display for 10 seconds to letyou know the system is reset.
About Cadillac Escalade EXT
Cadillac, a part of General Motors, debuted the Escalade EXT sport utility truck in 2001 (as a model for the next year), concurrently with its identical twin, the Chevrolet Avalanche. It has what’s called a “Convert-a-Cab” pickup bed, which is a composite and can be expanded into the cab of the truck through a door that’s hinged at the bottom. The EXT has four full-size doors, much like the Avalanche does, and there are five seats inside.
In 2003, high-intensity discharge headlights became available as an option. Alongside the CTS, the Escalade EXT also makes a cameo appearance in the film The Matrix Reloaded as part of a commercial placement campaign. Mexico was responsible for the assembly of every single Escalade EXT. The Lincoln Blackwood, a pickup truck that was based on the Ford F-150, was a failure, and as a direct competition to it, Cadillac built the Escalade EXT, which was based on the Cadillac Escalade. It had competed with the Lincoln Mark LT, which was also an F-150-based pickup truck and had made its debut in 2005. However, the Lincoln Mark LT has since been discontinued in both the United States and Canada.
Along with the Avalanche, the EXT models were taken off the market after the 2013 model year was completed. Only 1,972 copies of the EXT were purchased by customers in 2013, placing it tenth on Autoblog.com’s list of the ten models of automobiles that had the lowest sales volume in the United States in 2013. The Escalade EXT was offered for sale in the Middle East, as well as in the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico (except Israel).
The first iteration of Cadillac’s Platinum Escalade was made available to consumers. It was only offered in the ESV version of the book. It came equipped with amenities such as heated and ventilated seats (front and back), heated and ventilated cup holders, special wheels (20 inches), special leathers and interior design, additional labeling, and HID headlamps.
The newly redesigned Escalade and Escalade ESV models were both available with a Platinum Edition trim level from Cadillac. It comes equipped with features such as a distinctive front fascia and grille, cup holders that are both heated and cooled, limited edition wheels measuring 22 inches in diameter, additional chrome pieces and accents, two additional DVD monitors that are installed in the headrests of each front seat, unique hand-stitched leathers, real aluminum interior accents, an Advanced Magnetic Ride Control system, genuine olive ash and burled walnut wood interior trim, and LED headlamps.