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  • avatar baybeegrl8700 12/27/08 7:35 pm PST

    Turn the truck key to the on position. fully depress the accelerator pedal 3 times in 5 seconds. turn the ignition off. Restart. It may take several tries to get it done.

    If you have a trailblazer with all the buttons on the steering wheel. You DO NOT reset the oil % with the three pedal push method. Instead you turn the switch to cranking position(two clicks) when you see the drivers display, depress button until you get to the oil% screen. Then depress and hold the "return" button it's the one that looks exactly like the symbol on the (enter) key of your computer. Voila! it resets back to 100% oil life!

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  • baybeegrl8700 12/27/08 7:35 pm PST

    Turn the truck key to the on position. fully depress the accelerator pedal 3 times in 5 seconds. turn the ignition off. Restart. It may take several tries to get it done.

    If you have a trailblazer with all the buttons on the steering wheel. You DO NOT reset the oil % with the three pedal push method. Instead you turn the switch to cranking position(two clicks) when you see the drivers display, depress button until you get to the oil% screen. Then depress and hold the "return" button it's the one that looks exactly like the symbol on the (enter) key of your computer. Voila! it resets back to 100% oil life!

    Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_ge
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  • chalupa168 12/27/08 8:06 pm PST

    Thanks baybeegrl8700! I tried your first method, and... it worked!!! Now I can do my own oil change without paying over-charged price at the dealership! ;-) Thank you!

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