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  • Brand: Chevrolet
  • Product: Car
  • Model/name: Silverado 1500 (2018)
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
In Brief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Keys, Doors, and Windows . . . . . 34
Seats and Restraints . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Instruments and Controls . . . . . . 128
Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Infotainment System . . . . . . . . . . 181
Climate Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216
Driving and Operating . . . . . . . . . 226
Vehicle Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
Service and Maintenance . . . . . 441
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 456
Customer Information . . . . . . . . . 461
Reporting Safety Defects . . . . . . 472
OnStar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 475
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 487
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2 Introduction
Introduction
The names, logos, emblems,
slogans, vehicle model names, and
vehicle body designs appearing in
this manual including, but not limited
to, GM, the GM logo, CHEVROLET,
the CHEVROLET Emblem,
SILVERADO, and Z71 are
trademarks and/or service marks of
General Motors LLC, its
subsidiaries, affiliates, or licensors.
For vehicles first sold in Canada,
substitute the name “General
Motors of Canada Company” for
Chevrolet Motor Division wherever it
appears in this manual.
This manual describes features that
may or may not be on the vehicle
because of optional equipment that
was not purchased on the vehicle,
model variants, country
specifications, features/applications
that may not be available in your
region, or changes subsequent to
the printing of this owner’s manual.
If the vehicle has the Duramax
diesel engine, see the Duramax
diesel supplement for additional and
specific information on this engine.
For an eAssist vehicle, see the
Silverado/Sierra eAssist
supplement.
Refer to the purchase
documentation relating to your
specific vehicle to confirm the
features.
Keep this manual in the vehicle for
quick reference.
Canadian Vehicle Owners
A French language manual can be
obtained from your dealer, at
www.helminc.com, or from:
Propriétaires Canadiens
On peut obtenir un exemplaire de
ce guide en français auprès du
concessionnaire ou à l'adresse
suivante:
Helm, Incorporated
Attention: Customer Service
47911 Halyard Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170
USA
Using this Manual
To quickly locate information about
the vehicle, use the Index in the
back of the manual. It is an
alphabetical list of what is in the
manual and the page number where
it can be found.
Litho in U.S.A.
Part No. 84016520 C Third Printing ©
2018 General Motors LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Danger, Warning, and
Caution
Warning messages found on vehicle
labels and in this manual describe
hazards and what to do to avoid or
reduce them.
{ Danger
Danger indicates a hazard with a
high level of risk which will result
in serious injury or death.
{ Warning
Warning indicates a hazard that
could result in injury or death.
Caution
Caution indicates a hazard that
could result in property or vehicle
damage.
A circle with a slash through it is a
safety symbol which means “Do
Not,” “Do not do this,” or “Do not let
this happen.”
Symbols
The vehicle has components and
labels that use symbols instead of
text. Symbols are shown along with
the text describing the operation or
information relating to a specific
component, control, message,
gauge, or indicator.
M : Shown when the owner’s
manual has additional instructions
or information.
* : Shown when the service
manual has additional instructions
or information.
0 : Shown when there is more
information on another page —
“see page.”
Vehicle Symbol Chart
Here are some additional symbols
that may be found on the vehicle
and what they mean. See the
features in this manual for
information.
9 : Airbag Readiness Light
# : Air Conditioning
! : Antilock Brake System (ABS)
$ : Brake System Warning Light
" : Charging System
I : Cruise Control
` : Do Not Puncture
^ : Do Not Service
B : Engine Coolant Temperature
O : Exterior Lamps
_ : Flame/Fire Prohibited
. : Fuel Gauge
+ : Fuses
3 : Headlamp High/Low-Beam
Changer
j : ISOFIX/LATCH System Child
Restraints
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* : Malfunction Indicator Lamp
: : Oil Pressure
O : Power
/ : Remote Vehicle Start
> : Seat Belt Reminders
7 : Tire Pressure Monitor
d : Traction Control/StabiliTrak
a : Under Pressure
M : Windshield Washer Fluid
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In Brief
Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Initial Drive Information
Initial Drive Information . . . . . . . . . . 8
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Remote Vehicle Start . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Door Locks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Seat Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Memory Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Heated and Ventilated Seats . . . 14
Head Restraint Adjustment . . . . 14
Seat Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Passenger Sensing System . . . 15
Mirror Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Steering Wheel Adjustment . . . . 17
Throttle and Brake Pedal
Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Interior Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Exterior Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Windshield Wiper/Washer . . . . . . 19
Climate Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Four-Wheel Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Vehicle Features
Infotainment System . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Radio(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Satellite Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Portable Audio Devices . . . . . . . . 25
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Steering Wheel Controls . . . . . . . 25
Cruise Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Driver Information
Center (DIC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Forward Collision Alert (FCA)
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Forward Automatic
Braking (FAB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Lane Departure
Warning (LDW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Lane Keep Assist (LKA) . . . . . . . 28
Rear Vision Camera (RVC) . . . . 28
Parking Assist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Power Outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Universal Remote System . . . . . 29
Sunroof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Performance and Maintenance
Traction Control/Electronic
Stability Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Tire Pressure Monitor . . . . . . . . . . 30
Fuel (Gasoline - Except
L86 6.2L Engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Fuel (Gasoline - L86 6.2L
Engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Fuel (Diesel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
E85 or FlexFuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Engine Oil Life System . . . . . . . . 32
Driving for Better Fuel
Economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Roadside Assistance
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
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Instrument Panel
Base Shown, Uplevel Similar
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1. Instrument Panel Illumination
Control 0 177.
2. Integrated Trailer Brake Control
(ITBC) System (If Equipped).
See Towing Equipment 0 318.
3. Exterior Lamp Controls 0 171.
Fog Lamps 0 176 (If
Equipped).
4. Air Vents 0 223.
5. Turn Signal Lever. See Turn
and Lane-Change Signals
0 175.
Windshield Wiper/Washer
0 130.
6. Favorite Switches (Out of
View). See Steering Wheel
Controls 0 129.
Volume Switches (Out of View).
See Steering Wheel Controls
0 129.
7. Instrument Cluster 0 137.
8. Hazard Warning Flashers
0 175.
9. Shift Lever. See Automatic
Transmission 0 257.
Tow/Haul Selector Button (If
Equipped). See Tow/Haul
Mode 0 262.
Range Selection Mode (If
Equipped). See Manual Mode
0 260.
10. Light Sensor. See Automatic
Headlamp System 0 174.
11. Infotainment 0 181.
12. Passenger Airbag On-Off
Switch (If Equipped) (Out of
View). See Airbag On-Off
Switch 0 84.
13. Heated and Ventilated Front
Seats 0 65 (If Equipped).
14. Power Outlet 110/120 Volt
Alternating Current (If
Equipped). See Power Outlets
0 132.
15. Power Outlets 0 132 (If
Equipped).
16. g Traction Control/Electronic
Stability Control 0 276.
0 Pedal Adjust Switch (If
Equipped). See Adjustable
Throttle and Brake Pedal
0 247.
{ Cargo Lamp 0 177.
X Parking Assist Button (If
Equipped). See Assistance
Systems for Parking or Backing
0 282.
A Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
(1500 Series) 0 290 (If
Equipped).
@ Lane Departure Warning
(LDW) (2500/3500 Series)
0 288 (If Equipped).
5 Hill Descent Control Switch
(If Equipped). See Hill Descent
Control (HDC) 0 277.
q Exhaust Brake Switch (If
Equipped). See “Exhaust
Brake” in the Duramax diesel
supplement.
g Power Take Off (PTO)
Switch (If Equipped). See the
Duramax diesel supplement.
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Auxiliary Button (If Equipped).
See Add-On Electrical
Equipment 0 329.
j Power Assist Steps 0 43 (If
Equipped).
17. Instrument Panel Storage
0 124 (If Equipped).
18. Climate Control Systems (with
Heater Only) 0 216 or Climate
Control Systems (with Air
Conditioning) 0 218 (If
Equipped).
Dual Automatic Climate Control
System 0 220 (If Equipped).
19. Parking Brake Release
(Manual Transmission Only, If
Equipped). See Parking Brake
0 273
20. Steering Wheel Controls 0 129
(If Equipped).
Driver Information Center (DIC)
Controls (If Equipped).
See Driver Information Center
(DIC) (Base Level) 0 155 or
Driver Information Center (DIC)
(Uplevel) 0 156.
21. Hood Release. See Hood
0 337.
22. Horn 0 130.
23. Steering Wheel Adjustment
0 129 (Out of View).
24. Cruise Control 0 279.
Heated Steering Wheel 0 130
(If Equipped).
Forward Collision Alert (FCA)
System 0 285 (If Equipped).
25. Data Link Connector (DLC)
(Out of View). See Malfunction
Indicator Lamp (Check Engine
Light) 0 147.
26. Parking Brake 0 273.
27. Electronic Transfer Case Knob
(If Equipped). See Four-Wheel
Drive 0 265.
Card Holder (If Equipped). See
Instrument Panel Storage
0 124.
Initial Drive
Information
This section provides a brief
overview about some of the
important features that may or may
not be on your specific vehicle.
For more detailed information, refer
to each of the features which can be
found later in this owner’s manual.
Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) System
The Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
transmitter functions may work from
up to 60 m (197 ft) away from the
vehicle.
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K : Press to unlock the driver door.
Press K again within three seconds
to unlock all remaining doors and
the tailgate, if equipped.
Q : Press to lock all doors and the
tailgate. Lock and unlock feedback
can be personalized. See Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
7 : Press and release one time to
initiate vehicle locator. Press 7 and
hold for at least three seconds to
sound the panic alarm. Press 7
again to cancel the panic alarm.
See Keys 0 34 and Remote Keyless
Entry (RKE) System Operation 0 37.
Remote Vehicle Start
If equipped, the engine can be
started from outside of the vehicle.
Starting the Vehicle
1. Press and release Q on the
RKE transmitter.
2. Immediately press and hold /
for at least four seconds or until
the turn signal lamps flash.
Start the vehicle normally after
entering.
When the vehicle starts, the parking
lamps will turn on.
Remote start can be extended.
Canceling a Remote Start
To cancel a remote start, do one of
the following:
. Press and hold / until the
parking lamps turn off.
. Turn on the hazard warning
flashers.
. Turn the vehicle on and then off.
See Remote Vehicle Start 0 39.
Door Locks
There are several ways to lock and
unlock the vehicle.
From outside, use the Remote
Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter or
the key in the driver door.
From inside, use the power door
locks or push down or pull up on the
manual door locks.
From inside, pull the door handle
once to unlock the door. Pull again
to open the door.
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Power Door Locks
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Other Models Similar
Base Trim
If equipped with power door locks:
Q : Press to lock the doors.
K : Press to unlock the doors.
See Door Locks 0 40 and Power
Door Locks 0 41.
Windows
Power Windows
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Other Models Similar
Power windows work when the
ignition is on, in ACC/ACCESSORY,
or when Retained Accessory Power
(RAP) is active. See Retained
Accessory Power (RAP) 0 251.
Using the window switch, press to
open or pull to close the window.
The windows may be temporarily
disabled if they are used repeatedly
within a short time.
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Power Sliding Rear Window
If equipped, the power sliding rear
window works when the ignition has
been turned on or to ACC/
ACCESSORY, or when Retained
Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
See Retained Accessory Power
(RAP) 0 251.
Using the window switch, press to
open or pull to close the window.
The power sliding rear window
cannot be operated manually. See
“Power Sliding Rear Window” in
Rear Windows 0 55.
Seat Adjustment
Manual Seats
To adjust a manual seat:
1. Pull the handle at the front of
the seat.
2. Slide the seat to the desired
position and release the
handle.
3. Try to move the seat back and
forth to be sure it is locked in
place.
See Seat Adjustment 0 59.
Power Seats
To adjust a power seat, if equipped:
. Move the seat forward or
rearward by sliding the control
forward or rearward.
. If equipped, raise or lower the
front part of the seat cushion by
moving the front of the control
up or down.
. If equipped, raise or lower the
seat by moving the rear of the
control up or down.
See Power Seat Adjustment 0 60.
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Lumbar Adjustment
Manual Lumbar
If equipped, move the lever up or
down repeatedly to increase or
decrease lumbar support.
See Lumbar Adjustment 0 60.
Power Lumbar
To adjust the power lumbar support,
if equipped:
. Press and hold the control
forward to increase or rearward
to decrease upper and lower
lumbar support at the same time.
. If equipped, press and hold the
control up to increase upper
lumbar support and decrease
lower lumbar support.
Press and hold the control down
to increase lower lumbar support
and decrease upper lumbar
support.
See Lumbar Adjustment 0 60.
Reclining Seatbacks
Manual Reclining Seatbacks
To adjust a manual seatback:
1. Lift the lever.
The seatback will automatically
fold forward.
2. To recline, move the seatback
rearward to the desired
position, then release the lever
to lock the seatback in place.
3. Push and pull on the seatback
to make sure it is locked.
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To return the seatback to the upright
position:
1. Lift the lever fully without
applying pressure to the
seatback, and the seatback will
return to the upright position.
2. Push and pull on the seatback
to make sure it is locked.
See Reclining Seatbacks 0 61.
Power Reclining Seatbacks
To recline a power seatback,
if equipped:
. Tilt the top of the control
rearward to recline.
. Tilt the top of the control forward
to raise.
See Reclining Seatbacks 0 61.
Memory Features
Crew/Double Cab Shown, Other
Models Similar
If equipped, memory seats allow two
drivers to store and recall their
unique seat positions for driving the
vehicle, and a shared exit position
for getting out of the vehicle. Other
feature positions may also be set,
such as power mirrors, power
steering wheel, and adjustable
pedals, if equipped. Memory
positions are linked to RKE
transmitter 1 or 2 for automatic
memory recalls.
Before storing, adjust all available
memory feature positions. Turn the
ignition on and then press and
release SET; a beep will sound.
Then immediately press and hold 1,
2, or B (Exit) on the driver door
until two beeps sound. To manually
recall these positions, press and
hold 1, 2, or B until the saved
position is reached.
When Auto Memory Recall is
enabled in vehicle personalization,
positions previously stored to
memory buttons 1 and 2 are
recalled when the ignition is
changed from off to on or ACC/
ACCESSORY.
When Easy Exit Options is enabled
in vehicle personalization, the
feature automatically recalls the
previously stored exit position when
exiting the vehicle. See Memory
Seats 0 62.
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Heated and Ventilated
Seats
Heated and Ventilated Seat
Buttons Shown, Heated Seat
Buttons Similar
If equipped, the buttons are on the
center stack. To operate, the engine
must be running.
Press I to heat the driver or
passenger seatback only.
Press J to heat the driver or
passenger seat cushion and
seatback.
PressC to ventilate the driver or
passenger seat.
See Heated and Ventilated Front
Seats 0 65.
Head Restraint
Adjustment
Do not drive until the head restraints
for all occupants are installed and
adjusted properly.
To achieve a comfortable seating
position, change the seatback
recline angle as little as necessary
while keeping the seat and the head
restraint height in the proper
position.
See Head Restraints 0 58 and Seat
Adjustment 0 59.
Seat Belts
Refer to the following sections for
important information on how to use
seat belts properly:
. Seat Belts 0 69.
. How to Wear Seat Belts Properly
0 70.
. Lap-Shoulder Belt 0 71.
. Lower Anchors and Tethers for
Children (LATCH System) 0 99.
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Passenger Sensing
System
The passenger sensing system,
if equipped, turns off the front
outboard passenger frontal airbag
under certain conditions. No other
airbag is affected by the passenger
sensing system.
If the vehicle has one of the
indicators pictured in the following
illustrations, then the vehicle has a
passenger sensing system for the
front outboard passenger position
unless there is an airbag off switch
on the instrument panel endcap.
If there is an airbag off switch, the
vehicle does not have a passenger
sensing system. See Airbag On-Off
Switch 0 84 for more information.
The passenger airbag status
indicator will be visible on the
overhead console when the vehicle
is started.
United States
Canada and Mexico
See Passenger Sensing System
0 86 for important information.
Mirror Adjustment
Using hood-mounted air deflectors
and add-on convex mirror
attachments could decrease mirror
performance.
Exterior Mirrors
Manual Mirrors
If equipped, adjust manual mirrors
by moving them up and down or left
to right to see a little of the side of
the vehicle and to have a clear view
behind the vehicle.
See Manual Mirrors 0 47.
Power Mirrors
Base Power Mirrors
If equipped with power mirrors:
1. Press (1) or (2) to select the
driver or passenger side mirror.
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2. Press the arrows on the control
pad to move the mirror up,
down, right, or left.
3. Adjust each outside mirror so
that a little of the vehicle and
the area behind it can be seen.
4. Keep the selector switch in the
center position when not
adjusting either outside mirror.
Uplevel with Power Folding
Mirrors
1. Press (1) or (3) to select the
driver or passenger side mirror.
2. Press the arrows on the control
pad while the indicator light on
the (1) or (3) button is
illuminated, to move the mirror
up, down, right, or left.
3. Adjust each outside mirror so
that a little of the vehicle and
the area behind it can be seen.
4. Press either (1) or (3) again to
deselect the mirror.
See Power Mirrors 0 48.
If equipped with power folding
mirrors:
1. Press (2) to fold the mirrors out
to the driving position.
2. Press (2) again to fold the
mirrors in to the folded position.
For manual, power, and auto folding
mirrors, see Folding Mirrors 0 49.
The mirrors may also include a
memory function that works with the
memory seats. See Memory Seats
0 62.
Interior Mirror
Adjustment
Adjust the mirror for a clear view of
the area behind the vehicle.
Manual Dimming Rearview Mirror
If equipped, push the tab forward for
daytime use and pull it for nighttime
use to avoid glare from the
headlamps from behind. See
Manual Rearview Mirror 0 52.
Automatic Dimming Rearview
Mirror
If equipped, the mirror will
automatically reduce the glare of the
headlamps from behind. The
dimming feature comes on when the
vehicle is started.
See Automatic Dimming Rearview
Mirror 0 52.
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Steering Wheel
Adjustment
To adjust the steering wheel:
1. Hold the steering wheel and
pull the lever.
2. Move the steering wheel up
or down.
3. Release the lever to lock the
wheel in place.
Tilt and Telescoping Steering
Wheel
To adjust the tilt and telescoping
steering wheel, if equipped:
1. Push the lever (1) down to
move the steering wheel
forward or rearward. Lift the
lever up to lock the wheel in
place.
2. Pull the lever (2) toward you to
move the steering wheel up or
down, then release the lever to
lock the wheel in place.
Do not adjust the steering wheel
while driving.
Throttle and Brake Pedal
Adjustment
If equipped, the position of the
throttle and brake pedals can be
changed.
The switch used to adjust the
pedals is on the center stack, below
the climate controls.
Lift the switch up to move the
pedals closer to your body. Press
the switch down to move the
pedals away.
See Adjustable Throttle and Brake
Pedal 0 247.
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Interior Lighting
Dome Lamps
There are dome lamps in the
overhead console and the headliner,
if equipped.
To change the dome lamp settings,
press the following:
OFF : Turns the lamps off, even
when a door is open.
DOOR : The lamps come on
automatically when a door is
opened.
ON : Turns all dome lamps on.
Reading Lamps
There are reading lamps in the
overhead console and the headliner,
if equipped. To operate, the ignition
must be on or in ACC/ACCESSORY
or using Retained Accessory
Power (RAP).
Press m or n next to each reading
lamp to turn it on or off.
For more information about interior
lighting, see Instrument Panel
Illumination Control 0 177.
Exterior Lighting
The exterior lamp control is on the
instrument panel to the left of the
steering wheel.
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O : Turns off the automatic
headlamps and Daytime Running
Lamps (DRL). Turn the headlamp
control to O again to turn the
automatic headlamps or DRL
back on.
For vehicles first sold in Canada, off
will only work when the vehicle is in
P (Park).
AUTO : Automatically turns on the
headlamps, parking lamps,
taillamps, instrument panel lights,
roof marker lamps (if equipped),
front/rear sidemarker lamps, and
license plate lamps.
; : Turns on the parking lamps
including all lamps, except the
headlamps.
5 : Turns on the headlamps
together with the parking lamps and
instrument panel lights.
See:
. Exterior Lamp Controls 0 171.
. Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
0 174.
. Fog Lamps 0 176.
Windshield Wiper/Washer
The windshield wiper control is on
the turn signal lever.
The windshield wipers are controlled
by turning the band with z on it.
1 : Fast wipes.
w : Slow wipes.
3 INT : Turn the band up for more
frequent wipes or down for less
frequent wipes.
OFF : Turns the windshield
wipers off.
8 : For a single wipe, turn to 8,
then release. For several wipes,
hold the band on 8 longer.
Lm : Push the paddle at the top of
the lever to spray washer fluid on
the windshield.
See Windshield Wiper/Washer
0 130.
Climate Controls
These systems control the heating,
cooling, and ventilation.
For an eAssist vehicle, see the
Silverado/Sierra eAssist
supplement.
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Climate Control System (with Heater Only)
1. Fan Control
2. Air Recirculation
3. Air Delivery Mode Control
4. Defrost
5. TEMP (Temperature Control)
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Climate Control System (with Air Conditioning)
1. Fan Control
2. A/C (Air Conditioning)
3. Air Delivery Mode Control
4. Defrost
5. TEMP (Temperature Control)
6. K (Rear Window Defogger, If
Equipped)
f (Outside Heated Mirror, If
Equipped)
8 (Outside Air, If Equipped)
7. Air Recirculation
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Dual Automatic Climate Control System
1. Driver Temperature Control
2. A/C (Air Conditioning)
3. Air Delivery Mode Controls
4. Fan Control
5. Defrost
6. Passenger Temperature
Control
7. SYNC (Synchronized
Temperature)
8. Rear Window Defogger
9. Power Button
10. Air Recirculation
11. AUTO (Automatic Operation)
See Climate Control Systems (with
Heater Only) 0 216 or Climate
Control Systems (with Air
Conditioning) 0 218 or Dual
Automatic Climate Control System
0 220 (If Equipped).
Transmission
Range Selection Mode
The Range Selection Mode switch,
if equipped, is on the shift lever.
1. To enable the Range Selection
feature, move the shift lever to
the L (Manual Mode) position.
The current range will appear
next to the L. This is the
highest attainable range with
all lower gears accessible. As
an example, when 5 (Fifth)
gear is selected, 1 (First)
through 5 (Fifth) gears are
available.
2. Press the plus/minus buttons
on the shift lever to select the
desired range of gears for
current driving conditions. See
Manual Mode 0 260.
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While using Range Selection Mode,
cruise control and the Tow/Haul
Mode can be used.
Grade Braking is not available when
Range Selection Mode is active.
See Tow/Haul Mode 0 262.
Four-Wheel Drive
If equipped with four-wheel drive,
the engine's driving power can be
sent to all four wheels for extra
traction.
Transfer Case Controls
The vehicle will have one of the
following three styles of transfer
case controls. Use these controls to
shift into and out of the different
four-wheel drive modes.
Manual Transfer Case
This transfer case shift lever is on
the floor to the right of the driver.
Electronic Transfer Case
This transfer case knob is to the left
of the steering column.
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Automatic Transfer Case
This transfer case knob is to the left
of the steering column.
The different drive options that may
be available are described following.
2 m (Two-Wheel Drive High) : This
setting is used for driving in most
street and highway situations.
AUTO (Automatic Four-Wheel
Drive) : This setting is ideal for use
when road surface traction
conditions are variable.
Do not use AUTO mode to park on
a steep grade with poor traction
such as ice, snow, mud or gravel. In
AUTO mode only the rear wheels
will hold the vehicle from sliding
when parked. If parking on a steep
grade, use 4 m to keep all four
wheels engaged.
4 m (Four-Wheel Drive High) : Use
this setting when extra traction is
needed, such as on snowy or icy
roads or in most off-road situations.
N (Neutral) : Shift to this setting
only when towing the vehicle.
See Recreational Vehicle Towing
0 425 or Trailer Towing 0 300.
4 n (Four-Wheel Drive Low) : This
setting sends maximum power to all
four wheels. Choose 4n when
driving in deep sand, mud, or snow,
and while climbing or descending
steep hills.
See Four-Wheel Drive 0 265.
Vehicle Features
Infotainment System
The base radio information is
included in this manual. See the
infotainment manual for information
on the uplevel radios, audio players,
phone, navigation system, Rear
Seat Entertainment (RSE), and
voice or speech recognition,
if equipped.
Radio(s)
Base Radio
O : Press to turn the system on.
Press and hold to turn it off. When
on, press to mute; press again to
unmute. Turn to increase or
decrease the volume.
{ : Press to go to the Home Page.
7 : Press to seek the previous
station or track.
6 : Press to seek the next station
or track.
See Overview 0 183.
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Setting the Clock
See Clock 0 131.
Satellite Radio
Vehicles with a SiriusXM satellite
radio tuner and a valid SiriusXM
satellite radio subscription can
receive SiriusXM programming.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio
Service
SiriusXM is a satellite radio service
based in the 48 contiguous United
States and 10 Canadian provinces.
SiriusXM satellite radio has a wide
variety of programming and
commercial-free music, coast to
coast, and in digital-quality sound.
A fee is required to receive the
SiriusXM service.
For more information refer to:
. www.siriusxm.com or call
1-888-601-6296 (U.S.).
. www.siriusxm.ca or call
1-877-438-9677 (Canada).
See Satellite Radio 0 187.
Portable Audio Devices
This vehicle may have a 3.5 mm
(1/8 in) auxiliary input jack and USB
ports in the center console or
armrest. There may be a USB port
in the upper glove box. External
devices such as iPods, laptop
computers, MP3 players, and USB
storage devices may be connected,
depending on the audio system.
See USB Port 0 190 and Auxiliary
Jack 0 195.
Bluetooth
The Bluetooth system allows users
with a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone
to make and receive hands-free
calls using the vehicle audio system
and controls.
The Bluetooth-enabled cell phone
must be paired with the in-vehicle
Bluetooth system before it can be
used in the vehicle. Not all phones
will support all functions.
See Bluetooth (Overview) 0 203 or
Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls)
0 205.
Steering Wheel Controls
If equipped, some audio controls
can be adjusted at the steering
wheel.
g : If equipped with OnStar®
or a
Bluetooth®
system, press to interact
with those systems. See OnStar
Overview 0 475, Bluetooth
(Overview) 0 203 or Bluetooth
(Infotainment Controls) 0 205,
or “Bluetooth (Overview)” in the
infotainment manual.
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i : Press to reject an incoming
call or end a current call. Press to
mute or unmute the infotainment
system when not on a call.
o or p : Press to go to the
previous or next menu option.
w or x : Press to go to the next or
previous selection.
V : Press to select a highlighted
menu option.
The favorite and volume switches
are on the back of the steering
wheel.
1. Favorite: When on a radio
source, press to select the next
or previous favorite. When on a
media source, press to select
the next or previous track.
2. Volume: Press to increase or
decrease the volume.
See Steering Wheel Controls 0 129.
Cruise Control
5 : Press to turn the system on or
off. The indicator light is white when
cruise control is on and turns off
when cruise control is off.
+RES : If there is a set speed in
memory, press briefly to resume to
that speed or press and hold to
accelerate. If cruise control is
already active, use to increase
vehicle speed.
SET− : Press briefly to set the
speed and activate cruise control.
If cruise control is already active,
use to decrease vehicle speed.
* : Press to disengage cruise
control without erasing the set
speed from memory.
See Cruise Control 0 279.
Driver Information
Center (DIC)
The DIC display is in the instrument
cluster. It shows the status of many
vehicle systems.
If the vehicle has the base level
instrument cluster, the trip odometer
reset stem is used to operate
the DIC.
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If the vehicle has the uplevel
instrument cluster, the right steering
wheel controls are used to operate
the DIC.
w or x : Press to move up or
down in a list.
o or p : Press to move between
the interactive display zones in the
cluster.
V : Press to open a menu or select
a menu item. Press and hold to
reset values on certain screens.
See Driver Information Center (DIC)
(Base Level) 0 155 or Driver
Information Center (DIC) (Uplevel)
0 156.
Forward Collision Alert
(FCA) System
If equipped, FCA may help avoid or
reduce the harm caused by
front-end crashes. FCA provides a
green indicator, V, when a vehicle
is detected ahead. This indicator
displays amber if you follow a
vehicle too closely. When
approaching a vehicle ahead too
quickly, FCA provides a flashing red
alert on the windshield and rapidly
beeps or pulses the driver seat.
See Forward Collision Alert (FCA)
System 0 285.
Forward Automatic
Braking (FAB)
If the vehicle has Forward Collision
Alert (FCA), it also has FAB, which
includes Intelligent Brake
Assist (IBA). When the system
detects a vehicle ahead in your path
that is traveling in the same
direction that you may be about to
crash into, it can provide a boost to
braking or automatically brake the
vehicle. This can help avoid or
lessen the severity of crashes when
driving in a forward gear.
See Forward Automatic Braking
(FAB) 0 287.
Lane Departure
Warning (LDW)
If equipped, LDW may help avoid
unintentional lane departures at
speeds of 56 km/h (35 mph) or
greater. LDW uses a camera sensor
to detect the lane markings. The
LDW light, @, is green if a lane
marking is detected. If the vehicle
departs the lane, the light will
change to amber and flash. In
addition, beeps will sound or the
driver seat will pulse.
See Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
(2500/3500 Series) 0 288.
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Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
If equipped, LKA may help avoid
crashes due to unintentional lane
departures. It may assist by gently
turning the steering wheel if the
vehicle approaches a detected lane
marking without using a turn signal
in that direction. It may also provide
a Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
alert as the lane marking is crossed.
The system will not assist or alert if
it detects that you are actively
steering. Override LKA by turning
the steering wheel. LKA uses a
camera to detect lane markings
between 60 km/h (37 mph) and
180 km/h (112 mph).
See Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
(2500/3500 Series) 0 288 and Lane
Keep Assist (LKA) (1500 Series)
0 290.
Rear Vision
Camera (RVC)
If equipped, RVC shows a view of
the area behind the vehicle on the
infotainment display when the
vehicle is shifted into R (Reverse) to
aid with parking and low-speed
backing maneuvers.
See Assistance Systems for Parking
or Backing 0 282.
Parking Assist
If equipped, Rear Parking
Assist (RPA) uses sensors on the
rear bumper to assist with parking
and avoiding objects while in
R (Reverse). It operates at speeds
less than 8 km/h (5 mph). RPA may
show a warning triangle on the
infotainment display and a graphic
on the instrument cluster to provide
the object distance. In addition,
multiple beeps or seat pulses may
occur if very close to an object.
The vehicle may also have the Front
Parking Assist system.
See Assistance Systems for Parking
or Backing 0 282.
Power Outlets
Accessory power outlets can be
used to plug in electrical equipment,
such as a cell phone, MP3
player, etc.
The vehicle may have up to four
accessory power outlets.
Vehicles with a Center Console
. One or two in front of the
cupholders on the center
console
. One inside the center console
. One on the rear of the center
console
Vehicles with Bench Seats
. One on the center stack below
the climate control system
. One or two in the storage area
on the bench seat
Lift the cover to access and replace
when not in use.
See Power Outlets 0 132.
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Universal Remote System
If equipped with the Universal
Remote system, these buttons will
be in the front overhead console.
This system provides a way to
replace up to three remote control
transmitters used to activate
devices such as garage door
openers, security systems, and
home automation devices.
See Universal Remote System
0 168.
Sunroof
If equipped, the sunroof operates
when the ignition is on or in ACC/
ACCESSORY, or when Retained
Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
See Retained Accessory Power
(RAP) 0 251.
Slide Switch
Express-Open/Express-Close : To
express-open the sunroof, fully
press and release I. Press the
switch again to stop the movement.
To express-close the sunroof, fully
press and release K. Press the
switch again to stop the movement.
Open/Close (Manual Mode) : To
open the sunroof, press and
hold I. Release the switch to stop
the movement. Press and hold K
to close the sunroof. Release the
switch to stop the movement.
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Tilt Switch
Vent : From the closed position,
press J to vent the sunroof. Press
K to close the vent.
When the sunroof is opened, an air
deflector will automatically raise.
The air deflector will retract when
the sunroof is closed.
The sunroof also has a sunshade,
which can be pulled forward to block
sun rays. The sunshade must be
opened and closed manually.
If an object is in the path of the
sunroof while it is closing, the
automatic reversal system will
detect the object and stop the
sunroof.
See Sunroof 0 55.
Performance and
Maintenance
Traction Control/
Electronic Stability
Control
The vehicle has a Traction Control
System (TCS) that limits wheel spin
and the StabiliTrak system that
assists with directional control of the
vehicle in difficult driving conditions.
Both systems come on
automatically when the vehicle is
started and begins to move.
. To turn off TCS, press and
release g on the center stack.
The traction off light i displays
in the instrument cluster. The
appropriate Driver Information
Center (DIC) message displays.
. To turn off both TCS and
StabiliTrak, press and hold g
until i and g illuminate in the
instrument cluster and the
appropriate DIC message
displays.
. Press and release g again to
turn on both systems.
StabiliTrak will automatically turn on
if the vehicle exceeds 56 km/h
(35 mph). Traction control will
remain off.
See Traction Control/Electronic
Stability Control 0 276.
Tire Pressure Monitor
This vehicle may have a Tire
Pressure Monitor System (TPMS).
The low tire pressure warning light
alerts to a significant loss in
pressure of one of the vehicle's
tires. If the warning light comes on,
stop as soon as possible and inflate
the tires to the recommended
pressure shown on the Tire and
Loading Information label. See
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Vehicle Load Limits 0 239. The
warning light will remain on until the
tire pressure is corrected.
The low tire pressure warning light
may come on in cool weather when
the vehicle is first started, and then
turn off as the vehicle is driven. This
may be an early indicator that the
tire pressures are getting low and
the tires need to be inflated to the
proper pressure.
The TPMS does not replace normal
monthly tire maintenance. Maintain
the correct tire pressures.
See Tire Pressure Monitor System
0 394.
Tire Fill Alert (If Equipped)
This feature provides visual and
audible alerts outside the vehicle to
help when inflating an underinflated
tire to the recommended cold tire
pressure. See “Tire Fill Alert (If
Equipped)” under Tire Pressure
Monitor Operation 0 395.
Fuel (Gasoline - Except
L86 6.2L Engine)
Regular Fuel
Use only unleaded gasoline rated
87 octane or higher in your vehicle.
Do not use gasoline with an octane
rating lower as it may result in
vehicle damage and lower fuel
economy. See Fuel 0 292.
Fuel (Gasoline - L86 6.2L
Engine)
Premium Recommended Fuel
Use premium 93 octane unleaded
gasoline in your vehicle. Unleaded
gasoline with an octane rating as
low as 87 may be used, but it will
reduce performance and fuel
economy. See Fuel 0 292.
Fuel (Diesel)
For diesel vehicles, do not use
gasoline. See “Fuel for Diesel
Engines” in the Duramax diesel
supplement.
E85 or FlexFuel
FlexFuel Possible
Certain models are compatible with
E85 fuel. See E85 or FlexFuel
0 293.
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Engine Oil Life System
The engine oil life system calculates
engine oil life based on vehicle use
and, on most vehicles, displays a
DIC message when it is necessary
to change the engine oil and filter.
The oil life system should be reset
to 100% only following an oil
change.
Resetting the Oil Life System
To reset the engine oil life system:
1. Display OIL LIFE REMAINING
on the DIC. See Driver
Information Center (DIC) (Base
Level) 0 155 or Driver
Information Center (DIC)
(Uplevel) 0 156. If the vehicle
does not have DIC buttons, the
vehicle must be in P (Park) to
access this display.
2. Press and hold V on the DIC,
or the trip odometer reset stem
if the vehicle does not have
DIC buttons, for several
seconds. The oil life will
change to 100%.
The oil life system can also be reset
as follows:
1. Display OIL LIFE REMAINING
on the DIC. See Driver
Information Center (DIC) (Base
Level) 0 155 or Driver
Information Center (DIC)
(Uplevel) 0 156.
2. Fully press the accelerator
pedal slowly three times within
five seconds.
3. If the display changes to 100%,
the system is reset.
See Engine Oil Life System 0 346.
Driving for Better Fuel
Economy
Driving habits can affect fuel
mileage. Here are some driving tips
to get the best fuel economy
possible.
. Avoid fast starts and accelerate
smoothly.
. Brake gradually and avoid
abrupt stops.
. Avoid idling the engine for long
periods of time.
. When road and weather
conditions are appropriate, use
cruise control.
. Always follow posted speed
limits or drive more slowly when
conditions require.
. Keep vehicle tires properly
inflated.
. Combine several trips into a
single trip.
. Replace the vehicle's tires with
the same TPC Spec number
molded into the tire's sidewall
near the size.
. Follow recommended scheduled
maintenance.
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Roadside Assistance
Program
U.S.: 1-800-243-8872
TTY Users (U.S. Only):
1-888-889-2438
Canada: 1-800-268-6800
New Chevrolet owners are
automatically enrolled in the
Roadside Assistance Program.
See Roadside Assistance Program
0 465.
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Keys, Doors, and
Windows
Keys and Locks
Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Remote Vehicle Start . . . . . . . . . . 39
Door Locks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Power Door Locks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Automatic Door Locks . . . . . . . . . 41
Lockout Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Safety Locks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Doors
Tailgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Power Assist Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Vehicle Security
Vehicle Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Vehicle Alarm System . . . . . . . . . 44
Immobilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Immobilizer Operation . . . . . . . . . 46
Exterior Mirrors
Convex Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Manual Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Trailer-Tow Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Power Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Folding Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Heated Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Automatic Dimming Mirror . . . . . 50
Blind Spot Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Reverse Tilt Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Interior Mirrors
Interior Rearview Mirrors . . . . . . . 51
Manual Rearview Mirror . . . . . . . . 52
Automatic Dimming Rearview
Mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Windows
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Manual Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Power Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Rear Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Sun Visors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Roof
Sunroof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Keys and Locks
Keys
{ Warning
Leaving children in a vehicle with
the ignition key is dangerous and
children or others could be
seriously injured or killed. They
could operate the power windows
or other controls or make the
vehicle move. The windows will
function with the keys in the
ignition, and children or others
could be caught in the path of a
closing window. Do not leave
children in a vehicle with the
ignition key.
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{ Warning
If the key is unintentionally
rotated while the vehicle is
running, the ignition could be
moved out of the RUN position.
This could be caused by heavy
items hanging from the key ring,
or by large or long items attached
to the key ring that could be
contacted by the driver or
steering wheel. If the ignition
moves out of the RUN position,
the engine will shut off, braking
and steering power assist may be
(Continued)
Warning (Continued)
impacted, and airbags may not
deploy. To reduce the risk of
unintentional rotation of the
ignition key, do not change the
way the ignition key and Remote
Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter,
if equipped, are connected to the
provided key rings.
The ignition key and key rings, and
RKE transmitter, if equipped, are
designed to work together as a
system to reduce the risk of
unintentionally moving the key out
of the RUN position. The ignition
key has a small hole to allow
attachment of the provided key ring.
It is important that any replacement
ignition keys have a small hole. See
your dealer if a replacement key is
required.
The combination and size of the
rings that came with your keys were
specifically selected for your
vehicle. The rings are connected to
the key like two links of a chain to
reduce the risk of unintentionally
moving the key out of the RUN
position. Do not add any additional
items to the ring attached to the
ignition key. Attach additional items
only to the second ring, and limit
added items to a few essential keys
or small, light items no larger than
an RKE transmitter.
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Interference from radio-frequency
identification (RFID) tags may
prevent the key from starting the
vehicle. Keep RFID tags away from
the key when starting the vehicle.
The key is used for the ignition, all
door locks and glove box,
if equipped.
If equipped with memory seats,
keys 1 and 2 are linked to seating
positions of memory 1 or 2. See
Memory Seats 0 62.
Programming Keys
Follow these procedures to program
up to eight keys to the vehicle.
Programming with Two
Recognized Keys
To program a new key:
1. Insert the original, already
programmed key in the ignition
and turn the ignition on.
2. Turn the ignition off, and
remove the key.
3. Quickly, within five seconds,
insert the second original
already programmed key in the
ignition and turn the ignition on.
4. Turn the ignition off, and
remove the key.
5. Insert the key to be
programmed and turn the
ignition on within five seconds.
6. The security light will turn off
once the key has been
programmed.
7. Repeat Steps 1–5 if additional
keys are to be programmed.
If a key is lost or damaged, see your
dealer to have a new key made.
Programming without
Recognized Keys
Program a new key to the vehicle
when a recognized key is not
available. Canadian regulations
require that owners see their dealer.
If two currently recognized keys are
not available, follow this procedure
to program the first key.
This procedure will take
approximately 30 minutes to
complete for the first key. The
vehicle must be off and all of the
keys you wish to program must be
with you.
1. Insert the new vehicle key into
the ignition.
2. Turn the ignition on. The
security light will come on.
3. Wait 10 minutes until the
security light turns off.
4. Turn the ignition off.
5. Repeat Steps 2–4 two more
times. After the third time, turn
the ignition on; the key is
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learned and all previously
known keys will no longer work
with the vehicle.
6. To learn a second key, turn the
ignition off, insert the second
key to be learned, and turn the
ignition on.
After two keys are learned, the
remaining keys can be learned by
following the procedure in
“Programming with Two
Recognized Keys.”
The key has a bar-coded key tag
that the dealer or qualified locksmith
can use to make new keys. Store
this information in a safe place, not
in the vehicle.
See your dealer if a replacement
key or additional key is needed.
If it becomes difficult to turn a key,
inspect the key blade for debris.
Periodically clean with a brush
or pick.
With an active OnStar service plan,
an OnStar Advisor may remotely
unlock the vehicle. See OnStar
Overview 0 475.
Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) System
See Radio Frequency Statement
0 471.
If there is a decrease in the Remote
Keyless Entry (RKE) operating
range:
. Check the distance. The
transmitter may be too far from
the vehicle.
. Check the location. Other
vehicles or objects may be
blocking the signal.
. Check the transmitter's battery.
See “Battery Replacement” later
in this section.
. If the transmitter is still not
working correctly, see your
dealer or a qualified technician
for service.
Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) System Operation
The RKE transmitter functions may
work up to 60 m (197 ft) away from
the vehicle.
Other conditions can affect the
performance of the transmitter. See
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
System 0 37.
With Remote Start (without
Remote Start Similar)
/ : If equipped, / is used to start
the engine from outside the vehicle
using the RKE transmitter. See
Remote Vehicle Start 0 39.
Q : Press to lock all doors and the
tailgate.
If enabled in vehicle personalization,
the turn signal lamps flash once to
indicate locking has occurred.
If enabled through vehicle
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personalization, the horn chirps
when Q is pressed again within
three seconds. See Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
Pressing Q arms the alarm system.
See Vehicle Alarm System 0 44.
If equipped with auto mirror folding,
pressing and holding Q for
one second will fold the mirrors. The
auto mirror folding feature will not
operate unless it is enabled.
See Folding Mirrors 0 49 and
Vehicle Personalization 0 160.
K : Press once to unlock only the
driver door. If K is pressed again
within three seconds, all remaining
doors and the tailgate unlock. The
interior lamps may come on and
stay on for 20 seconds or until the
ignition is turned on.
If enabled in vehicle personalization,
the turn signal lamps flash twice to
indicate unlocking has occurred.
See Vehicle Personalization 0 160.
If enabled through vehicle
personalization, the exterior lamps
may turn on. See Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
Pressing K on the RKE transmitter
disarms the alarm system. See
Vehicle Alarm System 0 44.
If equipped with auto mirror folding,
pressing and holding K for
one second will unfold the mirrors.
The auto mirror folding feature will
not operate unless it is enabled.
See Folding Mirrors 0 49 and
Vehicle Personalization 0 160.
On some models, press, release,
and then press and hold K to open
all of the windows. Pressing the
button again will stop the windows.
See Vehicle Personalization 0 160.
7 : Press and release one time to
initiate vehicle locator. The turn
signal lamps flash and the horn
sounds three times.
Press and hold 7 for at least
three seconds to sound the panic
alarm. The turn signal lamps flash
and the horn sounds repeatedly for
30 seconds. The alarm turns off
when the ignition is turned on or 7
is pressed again. The ignition must
be off for the panic alarm to work.
Programming Transmitters to
the Vehicle
Only RKE transmitters programmed
to this vehicle will work. If a
transmitter is lost or stolen, a
replacement can be purchased and
programmed through your dealer.
Each vehicle can have up to
eight transmitters programmed to it.
See your dealer for transmitter
programming.
Battery Replacement
Replace the battery in the
transmitter soon if the REPLACE
BATTERY IN REMOTE KEY
message displays in the Driver
Information Center (DIC).
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Caution
When replacing the battery, do
not touch any of the circuitry on
the transmitter. Static from your
body could damage the
transmitter.
To replace the battery:
1. Separate and remove the back
cover of the transmitter with a
flat, thin object, such as a coin.
2. Press and slide the battery
down toward the pocket of the
transmitter in the direction of
the key ring. Do not use a
metal object.
3. Remove the battery.
4. Insert the new battery, positive
side facing up. Replace with a
CR2032 or equivalent battery.
5. Push together the transmitter
back cover top side first, and
then the bottom toward the
key ring.
Remote Vehicle Start
If equipped with the remote start
feature, the climate control system
will come on when the vehicle is
started remotely, depending on the
outside temperature.
The rear defog and heated and
ventilated seats, if equipped, may
also come on. See Heated and
Ventilated Front Seats 0 65 and
Vehicle Personalization 0 160.
Laws in some communities may
restrict the use of remote starters.
Check local regulations for any
requirements on remote starting of
vehicles.
Do not use remote start if the
vehicle is low on fuel.
The vehicle cannot be remote
started if:
. The key is in the ignition.
. The hood is not closed.
. There is an emission control
system malfunction and the
malfunction indicator lamp is on.
. Fuel level is too low.
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The engine will turn off during a
remote vehicle start if:
. The coolant temperature gets
too high.
. The oil pressure gets low.
The RKE transmitter range may be
reduced while the vehicle is running.
Other conditions can affect the
performance of the transmitter.
See Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
System 0 37 or Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
Starting the Engine Using Remote
Start
1. Press and release Q.
2. Immediately press and hold /
until the turn signal lamps flash
or for at least four seconds.
When the vehicle starts, the
parking lamps will turn on. The
doors will be locked and the
climate control system may
come on.
The engine will continue to run
for 10 minutes. After
30 seconds, repeat
Steps 1 and 2 for a 10-minute
time extension.
Turn the ignition on to operate the
vehicle.
Extending Engine Run Time
The engine run time can be
extended by 10 minutes, for a total
of 20 minutes, if during the first
10 minutes Steps 1 and 2 are
repeated while the engine is still
running. An extension can be
requested 30 seconds after starting.
A maximum of two remote starts,
or a single start with an extension,
is allowed between ignition cycles.
The vehicle's ignition must be
turned on and then back off to use
remote start again.
Canceling a Remote Start
To cancel a remote start, do one of
the following:
. Press and hold / until the
parking lamps turn off.
. Turn on the hazard warning
flashers.
. Turn the ignition on and then off.
Door Locks
{ Warning
Unlocked doors can be
dangerous.
. Passengers, especially
children, can easily open
the doors and fall out of a
moving vehicle. The doors
can be unlocked and
opened while the vehicle is
moving. The chance of
being thrown out of the
vehicle in a crash is
increased if the doors are
not locked. So, all
passengers should wear
seat belts properly and the
doors should be locked
whenever the vehicle is
driven.
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Warning (Continued)
. Young children who get into
unlocked vehicles may be
unable to get out. A child
can be overcome by
extreme heat and can suffer
permanent injuries or even
death from heat stroke.
Always lock the vehicle
whenever leaving it.
. Outsiders can easily enter
through an unlocked door
when you slow down or stop
the vehicle. Locking the
doors can help prevent this
from happening.
There are several ways to lock and
unlock the vehicle.
From outside, use the Remote
Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter or
the key in the driver door.
From inside, use the power door
locks or manual door locks. To lock
or unlock the door with the manual
locks, push down or pull up on the
manual lock knob.
From inside, pull the door handle
once to unlock the door. Pull the
handle again to open the door.
See Vehicle Alarm System 0 44.
Power Door Locks
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Other Models Similar
Base Trim
If equipped with power door locks:
Q : Press to lock the doors.
K : Press to unlock the doors.
Automatic Door Locks
If equipped, the doors will lock
automatically when all doors are
closed, the ignition is on, and the
shift lever is moved out of P (Park)
for automatic transmissions or
vehicle speed is above 13 km/h
(8 mph) for manual transmissions.
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To unlock the doors:
. Press K on a power door lock
switch.
. If equipped with an automatic
transmission, shift the
transmission into P (Park)
. If equipped with manual
transmission, remove the key
from the ignition when parked.
Automatic door locking cannot be
disabled. Automatic door unlocking
can be programmed. See Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
Lockout Protection
If the ignition is on or in ACC/
ACCESSORY and the power door
lock switch is pressed with the
driver door open, all the doors will
lock and only the driver door will
unlock.
If the vehicle is off and locking is
selected while a door is open, when
all doors are closed the vehicle will
check for RKE transmitters inside.
If an RKE transmitter is detected,
and the number of RKE transmitters
has not reduced, the driver door will
unlock and the horn will chirp three
times.
This can be manually overridden by
pressing and holding Q on the
power door lock switch.
Unlocked Door Anti-Lockout
If Unlocked Door Anti-Lockout is
turned on and the vehicle is off, the
driver door is open, and locking is
requested, all the doors will lock and
the driver door will remain open.
Press the button again to lock the
driver door. The Unlocked Door
Anti-Lockout feature can be turned
on or off. See Vehicle
Personalization 0 160.
Safety Locks
The rear door safety locks prevent
passengers from opening the rear
doors from inside the vehicle.
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Others Similar
Press { to activate the safety locks
on the rear doors. The indicator light
comes on when activated. Press {
again to deactivate. The vehicle
must be on, in ACC/ACCESSORY,
or in Retained Accessory Power
(RAP). See Retained Accessory
Power (RAP) 0 251.
If the indicator light flashes, the
feature may not be working properly.
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Doors
Tailgate
{ Warning
It is extremely dangerous to ride
on the tailgate, even when the
vehicle is operated at low speeds.
People riding on the tailgate can
easily lose their balance and fall
in response to vehicle
maneuvers. Falling from a moving
vehicle may result in serious
injuries or death. Do not allow
people to ride on the tailgate. Be
sure everyone in your vehicle is in
a seat and using a seat belt
properly.
If equipped, to lock or unlock the
tailgate, use the RKE transmitter or
the key. See Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE) System Operation 0 37.
Open the tailgate by lifting up on its
handle while pulling the
tailgate down.
To shut the tailgate, firmly push it
upward until it latches.
After closing the tailgate, pull it back
to be sure it latches securely.
Power Assist Steps
If equipped, the power assist steps,
when enabled, will extend when the
door is opened. They will retract
three seconds after the door is
closed or immediately if the vehicle
starts moving.
Keep hands, children, pets, objects,
and clothing clear of the power
assist steps when in motion.
The steps will reverse direction if
there is an obstruction. Remove the
obstruction, then open and close the
door on the same side to complete
the motion. If the obstruction is not
cleared, the assist steps remain
extended.
Slight movement of the steps while
extended is normal.
Kick Switch
1. Place the vehicle in P (Park)
and unlock the doors.
2. Kick the switch to extend the
power assist step to the tire.
A DIC message displays.
3. Kick the switch again to return
to normal operation.
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Center Stack Switch
The power assist steps can be
extended and extended to the tire
by pressing j. When extending
the steps with j, the kick switch is
disabled.
The vehicle must be in P (Park) or
N (Neutral). To extend the steps:
. Press j to extend both steps.
A DIC message displays.
. Press j again to extend to the
tire. A DIC message displays.
. Press j again to return to
normal operation.
Enable/Disable
To enable or disable the power
assist steps, press and hold j for
four seconds. A DIC message
displays.
Cleaning
Clean the power assist steps
regularly. For an automatic car
wash, extend the steps while in
N (Neutral) using the center stack
switch. The steps will stow when
shifting into D (Drive).
Vehicle Security
This vehicle has theft-deterrent
features; however, they do not make
the vehicle impossible to steal.
Vehicle Alarm System
The indicator light, on the
instrument panel near the
windshield, indicates the status of
the system.
Off : Alarm system is disarmed.
On Solid : Vehicle is secured
during the delay to arm the system.
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Fast Flash : Vehicle is unsecured.
A door, the tailgate, or the hood
is open.
Slow Flash : Alarm system is
armed.
Arming the Alarm System
1. Turn off the vehicle.
2. Lock the vehicle in one of
two ways:
. Use the RKE transmitter.
. With a door open, press Q
on the interior of the door.
3. After 30 seconds, the alarm
system will arm and the
indicator light will begin to
slowly flash. Pressing Q on the
RKE transmitter a second time
will bypass the 30-second
delay and immediately arm the
alarm system.
The vehicle alarm system will not
arm if the doors are locked with
the key.
If the driver door is opened without
first unlocking with the RKE
transmitter, the horn will chirp and
the lights will flash to indicate
pre-alarm. If the vehicle is not
started, or the door is not unlocked
by pressing K on the RKE
transmitter during the 10-second
pre-alarm, the alarm will be
activated.
The alarm will also be activated if a
passenger door, the tailgate, or the
hood is opened without first
disarming the system. When the
alarm is activated, the turn signals
flash and the horn sounds for about
30 seconds. The alarm system will
then re-arm to monitor for the next
unauthorized event.
Disarming the Alarm System
To disarm the alarm system or turn
off the alarm if it has been activated:
. Press K on the RKE transmitter.
. Start the vehicle.
To avoid setting off the alarm by
accident:
. Lock the vehicle after all
occupants have exited.
. Always unlock a door with the
RKE transmitter.
Unlocking the driver door with
the key will not disarm the
system or turn off the alarm.
How to Detect a Tamper
Condition
If K is pressed on the RKE
transmitter and the horn chirps three
times, an alarm occurred previously
while the alarm system was armed.
If the alarm has been activated, a
message will appear on the DIC.
Inclination Sensor and
Intrusion Sensor
In addition to the standard
theft-deterrent system features, this
system may also have an inclination
sensor and intrusion sensor.
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The inclination sensor can set off
the alarm if it senses movement of
the vehicle, such as a change in
vehicle orientation.
The intrusion sensor monitors the
vehicle interior, and can activate the
alarm if it senses unauthorized entry
into the vehicle’s interior. Do not
allow passengers or pets to remain
in the vehicle when the intrusion
sensor is activated.
Before arming the theft-deterrent
system and activating the intrusion
sensor:
. Make sure all doors and
windows are completely closed.
. Secure any loose items such as
sunshades.
. Make sure there are no
obstructions blocking the
sensors in the front overhead
console.
. Close DVD screens, if equipped,
before leaving the vehicle.
Inclination and Intrusion
Sensors Disable Switch
It is recommended that the intrusion
and inclination sensors be
deactivated if pets are left in the
vehicle or if the vehicle is being
transported.
With the vehicle turned off, press
o in the front overhead console.
The indicator light will come on
momentarily, indicating that these
sensors have been disabled for the
next alarm system arming cycle.
Immobilizer
See Radio Frequency Statement
0 471.
Immobilizer Operation
This vehicle has a passive
theft-deterrent system.
The system does not have to be
manually armed or disarmed.
The vehicle is automatically
immobilized when the vehicle is
turned off.
The system is automatically
disarmed when the ignition is turned
from off to on.
The security light, in the instrument
cluster, comes on if there is a
problem with arming or disarming
the theft-deterrent system.
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When trying to start the vehicle, the
security light comes on briefly when
the ignition is turned on.
If the engine does not start and the
security light stays on, there is a
problem with the system. Turn the
ignition off and try again.
If the engine still does not start, and
the key appears to be undamaged,
try another ignition key. It may be
necessary to check the fuse. See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers 0 376.
If the engine still does not start with
the other key, the vehicle needs
service. If the vehicle does start, the
first key may be faulty. See your
dealer.
It is possible for the immobilizer
system to learn new or replacement
keys. Up to eight keys can be
programmed for the vehicle. To
program additional keys, see Keys
0 34. To program additional
transmitters, see your dealer.
Do not leave the key or device that
disarms or deactivates the vehicle
theft system in the vehicle.
See your dealer to get a new key
blank cut exactly as the ignition key
that operates the system.
Exterior Mirrors
Convex Mirrors
{ Warning
A convex mirror can make things,
like other vehicles, look farther
away than they really are. If you
cut too sharply into the right lane,
you could hit a vehicle on the
right. Check the inside mirror or
glance over your shoulder before
changing lanes.
The passenger side mirror is convex
shaped. A convex mirror's surface is
curved so more can be seen from
the driver seat.
Manual Mirrors
If equipped, adjust manual mirrors
by moving the mirror up and down
or left to right to see a little of the
side of the vehicle and to have a
clear view behind the vehicle.
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Using hood-mounted air deflectors
and add-on convex mirror
attachments could decrease mirror
performance.
Trailer-Tow Mirrors
If equipped, adjust trailer-tow
mirrors for a clear view of the area
behind you. Manually pull out the
mirror head to extend it for better
visibility when towing a trailer.
The lower portion of the mirror is
convex. A convex mirror's surface is
curved to see more from the driver
seat. The convex mirror can be
adjusted manually to the driver
preferred position for better vision.
The mirror may have a turn signal
arrow that flashes in the direction of
the turn or lane change.
Power Mirrors
Base Power Mirrors
If equipped with power mirrors:
1. Press (1) or (2) to select the
driver or passenger side mirror.
2. Press the arrows on the control
pad to move the mirror in the
desired direction.
3. Adjust each outside mirror so
that a little of the vehicle and
the area behind it can be seen.
4. Keep the selector switch in the
center position when not
adjusting mirrors.
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Other Models Similar
1. Press (1) or (2) to select the
driver or passenger side mirror.
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2. Press the arrows on the control
pad while the indicator light on
button (1) or (2) is illuminated,
to move the mirror in the
desired direction.
3. Adjust each outside mirror so
that a little of the vehicle and
the area behind it can be seen.
4. Press either (1) or (2) again to
deselect the mirror.
If you do not deselect the mirror, the
feature will turn off after about
one minute.
If equipped, the mirrors may include
a memory function that works with
the memory seats. See Memory
Seats 0 62.
Folding Mirrors
Crew/Double Cab Premium Trim
Shown, Other Models Similar
Power Folding
If equipped with power folding
mirrors:
1. Press (2) to fold the mirrors out
to the driving position.
2. Press (2) again to fold the
mirrors in to the folded position.
The mirrors may also include a
memory function that works with the
memory seats. See Memory Seats
0 62.
Resetting the Power Folding
Mirrors
Reset the power folding mirrors if:
. The mirrors are accidentally
obstructed while folding.
. They are accidentally manually
folded/unfolded.
. The mirrors will not stay in the
unfolded position.
. The mirrors vibrate at normal
driving speeds.
Manually fold both mirrors if they
are out of sync. Fold and unfold the
mirrors three times using the mirror
controls to reset them to their
normal position. A popping noise
may be heard. This sound is normal
after a manual folding operation.
Manual Folding
If equipped, push the mirror toward
the vehicle to fold. Push the mirror
outward to return to its original
position.
Manually fold the mirrors inward to
prevent damage when going
through an automatic car wash.

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