Are you wondering about how you can open the trunk on the Chevy Cruze? It’s a bit tricky with this model.
The Chevy Cruze allows the vehicle to start if the key fob transmitter in the cab. This can sometimes be a problem if the battery in the key fob is low. When this happens, the display on the instrument panel may display a message that say “No Remote Detected” or “Replace Battery in Remote Key“.
You can program key fob remotes for your Chevy Cruze without going to the dealer. Just use these steps.
Some models of the Chevy Cruze have a feature where the doors will unlock when the transmitter is within range of the door handle. This feature is called “Keyless Unlock”. You can enable or disable automatic door unlocking on your Chevy Cruze with these steps.
If you rotate or replace the tires on the Chevy Cruze, you may need to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). GM didn’t make it very easy to reset the system, but it can be done without having to go to the dealership.
The Auto Stop/Start feature on the Chevy Cruze is not a favorite feature to everybody. The feature shuts the engine off when the brakes are completely applied. Unfortunately, Chevrolet decided not to put a button or lever to completely disable this annoyance anywhere on Cruze models made prior to 2019. So how to you turn the Auto Start Stop feature off?
Use this tutorial to learn how to operate the child safety locks on rear passenger doors of the Chevy Cruze.
The Chevy Cruze has a feature that displays an Engine Oil Life Remaining percentage that helps you know when to change your oil. For example, if “REMAINING OIL LIFE 80%” is displayed, that means 80% of the current oil life remains.
Once the Remaining Oil Life hits a low percentage, a message that says “CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON” will be displayed.
You can reset the “Oil Life Remaining” percentage light on your 2008 to 2019 Chevy Cruze using these steps.
Trying to figure out how to turn on the headlights on the Chevy Cruze? We have you covered with this tutorial.
The gas cap is accessed a little differently on the Chevy Cruze than it is on other vehicles. There is no latch inside the vehicle to pop open the gas door. Here’s how to access the gas cap and open the door.