I just bought a new 2017 Silverado and noticed the digital fuel gauge not showing full...I thought I'd wait until I hit a certain mileage to see if the engine needed to calibrate itself, but this is not the case.
GM customer service said "it's normal and just a display..." But my wife has a 2013 Equinox and her digital image depletes as the fuel depletes (works as it should), so GM customer service has to be wrong here.
Any guidance would help greatly! 🙋
Attached is a photo I took immediately after fill up.
So after the free oil changes I realized it would take at least an hour or a little more to get oil changed for 80$ Even with appointment. And each oil change the dip stick would say its 1qt overfilled.
so I decided to start changing the oil myself.
And In doing this I learned a big lesson late in life.
make sure the damn o-ring is still in the old filter! This has never happend to me ever! Embarrassing as heck!
Oil everywhere, luckily I was out by the old shed and not on my concrete. Had to clean up my toxic waste and now somehow clean the bottom of my truck.
So even after all that I'm still changing my own oil from here on out.
another thing I learned is that after 5k the oil filter gets really hard to get off. The old filter Deforms from trying to break it free it get so tight.
i use dexos o- 20w.
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