Oil Reset Procedure for Chevrolet SS 2013-2021
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Chevrolet SS 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Chevrolet SS oil reset procedure for the year 2014 through 2015.
1. Turn ignition to the “RUN” position.
2. Press the DIC menu button on the turn signal lever to enter the menu.
3. Use the thumbwheel to scroll through the options until you reach “REMAINING OIL LIFE”.
4. Press the “SET/CLR” button to reset to 100%.
5. Select “YES”
Or you can also try this procedure.
1. Display the “Oil Life Remaining” message in the Driver Information Center
2. Press and hold the SET/RESET button on the Driver Information Center for more than 5 seconds (on vehicles without DIC, use the TRIP reset stem for SET/RESET)
3. The oil life will change to “100%”
Another procedure you that can use.
1. Turn ignition switch to ON position with engine off
2. Fully depress and release the accelerator pedal 3 times within 5 seconds of turning key
3. Change Oil lamp will flash for 2-10 seconds while it resets
4. Once it stops flashing, the maintenance light reset is complete
5. Turn key to OFF position and then start engine to verify indicator is no longer illuminated
Chevrolet SS oil reset procedure for the year 2013 through 2017.
1. Turn on the ignition
Get in the car turn the key to the on position so everything lights up on your dashboard
2. Go to the VEHICLE INFORMATION menu
Then you would come over to the MENU button and you would press it till you come to the VEHICLE INFORMATION MENU
3. Scroll down to the OIL LIFE
Next, you come to the directional lever and you scroll either up or down until you get the OIL LIFE
4. Hit the SET/CLR button
After that, you’ll press the end of the stalk which says SET/CLR and it’ll ask you are sure you want to reset?
5. Select YES
To reset it, you’ll rotate the thumbwheel till it says YES and then you press the SET/CLR button so it resets to 100%
About Chevrolet SS
The Chevrolet SS was a concept vehicle that was conceived of, branded by Chevrolet, and manufactured by the company. Although it made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in 2003, the North American Automobile Manufacturers Association ultimately decided against putting it into production. The SS, which is an abbreviation for “Super Sport,” was developed with the intention of being a contemporary take on older SS-variant cars like the Camaro and the Chevelle.
The SS was powered by a 6.0-liter V8 engine made entirely of aluminum and rated at around 430 horsepower (321 kW) and 430 pound-feet of torque (583 Nm). Instead of focusing on comfort, the suspension of the SS was fine-tuned for performance, which helped to highlight its sporty qualities. The integrated exhaust pipes on the bumpers of the SS were designed in a manner that was comparable to those of classic muscle cars. The vehicle initially came with an 8.0-liter engine that produced 850 horsepower (634 kW), but it has since been removed.
From 2013 to 2017, an improved version of the Commodore SS V sedan was badged as the Chevrolet SS and exported to the United States; this was an evolution of the badging practice used on the previous-generation Commodore, which was sold in North America as the Pontiac G8 from 2008 to 2009, prior to the Pontiac brand being discontinued. Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) based its performance Gen-F sedan, wagon, and utility vehicles on the VF series, which were also exported to the United Kingdom and rebadged as the Vauxhall VXR8 line.