GM Vehicles Now Have 17 Differing Back-up Start Pockets

While putting together a review of 2018 push button start models, we discovered that the new GMC Terrain and Acadia had been added, and that this was introduced in the Acadia in 2017. In addition, these two models have hidden key holes, like those used by Chevrolet. But what struck us was that the cars …

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Too Many Warning Lights Can Only Indicate Driver Overload

We had the opportunity recently to browse through the owner’s manual of a high-end European model SUV. As is our duty, we scanned the segment listing the various warning lights and indicators that may reside on the car’s instrument panel. We were frankly floored. For many years an Asian model SUV held the record (as …

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AdBlue Indicator Symbols

AdBlue fill indicator

These are AdBlue Indicator symbols, which references a fluid that is necessary to the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system. SCR is an emissions control technology used by some diesel engine manufacturers. The indicators may appear in yellow/amber or red, depending on the severity of need. Both indicators include the text AdBlue, which is a fluid …

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Tesla Video Help with Dead Key Fobs or cell Phones

Five videos for Tesla owners. Here is the process for getting into and getting going with a Model S. This one features a Model X. We get into and start it.  Here is the Model 3, with some help from the Model 3 Owners Club. In this video, we replace the key fob’s battery. Model …

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Tesla Dead Key Fob or Mobile Phone Help: Part II, Getting Started

Model 3 start

Starting Your Tesla Model S or Model X The start process is the same in each Model. However, this will take patience, so please stay with it. In general, the key fob needs to be placed in proximity of the front of the center console in order to be recognized by the car. Note that …

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