Certified Service technicians at your GMC dealer are trained to understand how your vehicle uses its oil and how it monitors oil life. So an oil change from a Certified Service technician not only gives you great service, convenience, and a great price, but you also receive the added value of our expertise on the particular GMC model you drive. Head down the Certified Service lane at your GMC dealer when it’s time for your next oil change.
Most GMC vehicles are now equipped with the engine Oil Life System. This system actually senses your vehicle’s speed and engine temperature and can continuously monitor operating conditions. This helps determine when it’s time to change the oil.
This Oil Life System can actually monitor your personal driving habits and your area’s ultimate climate conditions to let you know precisely when to come in for an oil change. When the OLS light comes on, you come in. It’s that simple. It’ll help save you money and help reduce oil waste.
Your Certified Service technician will reset your Oil Life System after an oil change. If you would like to reset the system yourself, ask your technician how, or consult your GMC Owner's Manual if necessary. This is also where you’ll find the proper procedures to check your oil level. You’ll get a more accurate oil level reading on the dipstick by following the instructions in the GMC Owner's Manual.
It is a good idea to check the engine oil level at each fuel fill. In order to get an accurate reading, the oil must be warm, at normal operating temperature, and the vehicle must be on level ground. Always consult your GMC Owner’s Manual for the proper procedure to check your oil level. You’ll get a more accurate dipstick reading by following those instructions.
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