my 2011 chevy suburban doesent start with remote......how can i repair it%3F

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Asked by Feb 18, 2014 at 12:21 PM about the Chevrolet Suburban

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my 2011 chevy suburban doesnt start with remote and after changing engine oil the car's
info system shows "0% oil life remaining"...how to reset it??

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the first place I would look for the autostart problem is, did you press lock first and THEN hit the autostart button and hold it for 3-4 seconds- if that doesn't work, message me again? to reset oil life, you just go to where it says oil life 0% and then press the bottom button in your DIC (driver's information center- four button cluster to the side of the speedometer) the button looks like a checkmark- then hold that button down until it zeroes out to 100% again. I hope this helps

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If your check engine light is on the remote start feature is disabled until the truck is repaired. HTH. -Jim

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thanks Mr richard your suggestion was helpful for oil life reset. For autostart system the first thing i do is unlock the car and then press the autostart button but it doesnt respond.....and the check engine light keeps on flashing when i start the car with key

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If your check engine light is flashing, you need to get that fixed before the autostart will work- a flashing check engine light means you have an issue that needs to be fixed NOW, and to be clear, you must LOCK the car first and then press the autostart button IMMEDIATELY and hold it down for 3-4 seconds- then it should start.

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Yes, listen to Richard! A flashing check engine light is telling you that the engine is misfiring and the catalytic converter is being damaged!! Your 2011 model may still be under warranty. Take it to your local Chevrolet Dealer to find out. If it is still under warranty let them fix it for free!! HTH. -Jim

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