GMC Terrain: Driver Information Center (DIC) (Uplevel) / Info Pages

The following is the list of all possible DIC info page displays. Some may not be available for your particular vehicle. Some items may not be turned on by default but can be turned on through the Options app. See “ Info Page Options” earlier in this section.

Speed : Shows the vehicle speed in either kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). If equipped, press GMC Terrain. Info Pages to open the menu and select to display speed limit signs. The sign will show “− −” when there is no detected speed limit or the system is unavailable.

Trip 1 or Trip 2 : Shows the current distance traveled, in either kilometers (km) or miles (mi), since the trip odometer was last reset.

If equipped, shows the average fuel economy since the last reset. This number reflects only the approximate average fuel economy that the vehicle has right now, and will change as driving conditions change. The average fuel economy can be displayed as mpg, km/L, or L/100km where applicable.

If equipped, shows the average speed since the last reset. This number reflects only the approximate average speed that the vehicle has, and will change as driving conditions change. Average speed can be displayed as mph or km/h where applicable.

Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages while this display is active to show a confirmation window to reset all values to zero. Use GMC Terrain. Info Pages or GMC Terrain. Info Pages to select yes or no and press GMC Terrain. Info Pages.

Fuel Information or Fuel Range : Shows the approximate distance the vehicle can be driven without refueling. LOW will be displayed when the vehicle is low on fuel. The fuel range estimate is based on an average of the vehicle's fuel economy over recent driving history and the amount of fuel remaining in the fuel tank. If equipped, may also show the instantaneous fuel economy.

Oil Life : Shows an estimate of the oil's remaining useful life. If REMAINING OIL LIFE 99% is displayed, that means 99% of the current oil life remains.

When the remaining oil life is low, the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message will appear on the display. The oil should be changed as soon as possible. See Engine Oil. In addition to the engine oil life system monitoring the oil life, additional maintenance is recommended in the Maintenance Schedule. See Maintenance Schedule.

The Oil Life display must be reset after each oil change. It will not reset itself. Do not reset the Oil Life display at any time other than when the oil has just been changed. It cannot be reset accurately until the next oil change. To reset the engine oil life system, press V while this display is active to show a confirmation window. Use GMC Terrain. Info Pages or GMC Terrain. Info Pages to select yes or no and press GMC Terrain. Info Pages. See Engine Oil Life System.

Fuel Filter Life Remaining (Diesel Engine Only) : If equipped, an estimate of the fuel filter's remaining useful life is shown. If 90% Fuel Filter Life Remaining is displayed, it means 90% of the current fuel filter life remains. The fuel filter life system will alert when to change the fuel filter on a schedule consistent with your driving conditions.

When the remaining fuel filter life is low, the CHANGE FUEL FILTER message will appear on the display. Change the fuel filter as soon as possible.

The Fuel Filter Life display must be reset after each Fuel Filter change. It will not reset itself. Do not reset the Fuel Filter Life display at any time other than when the fuel filter has just been changed. To reset the Fuel Filter Life system press GMC Terrain. Info Pages while the display is active to show a confirmation window to reset. Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages or GMC Terrain. Info Pages to select yes or no and press GMC Terrain. Info Pages. See Fuel Filter Replacement (Diesel).

Tire Pressure : Shows the approximate pressures of all four tires. Tire pressure is displayed in either kilopascal (kPa) or in pounds per square inch (psi). If the pressure is low, the value for that tire is shown in amber.

See Tire Pressure Monitor System and Tire Pressure Monitor Operation.

Average Speed : Displays the average vehicle speed of the vehicle in kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph). This average is based on the various vehicle speeds recorded since the last reset. Reset the average speed by pressing GMC Terrain. Info Pages while this display is active to show a confirmation window to select yes or no and press GMC Terrain. Info Pages.

Fuel Economy : The center displays the approximate instantaneous fuel economy as a number and bar graph. Displayed above the bar graph is a running average of fuel economy for the most recently traveled selected distance. Displayed below the bar graph is the best average fuel economy that has been achieved for the selected distance. The selected distance is displayed at the top of the page as “last xxx mi/km.” Press VGMC Terrain. Info Pages to select the distance or reset best value. Use GMC Terrain. Info Pages and GMC Terrain. Info Pages to choose the distance and press V. Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages and GMC Terrain. Info Pages to select “Reset Best Score.” Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages to reset the best average fuel economy. After reset, the best value displays “-,-” until the selected distance has been traveled.

The display provides information on how current driving behavior affects the running average and how well recent driving compares to the best that has been achieved for the selected distance.

Follow Distance/Gap Setting : If equipped, the current follow time to the vehicle ahead is displayed as a time value on this page. When Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) has been engaged, the display switches to the gap setting page. This page shows the current gap setting along with the vehicle ahead indicator.

Driver Assistance : If equipped, shows information for Lane Keep Assist (LKA), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), and Forward Collision Alert (FCA).

Economy Trend : Shows history of the Average Fuel Economy from the last 50 km (30 mi). Each bar represents about 5 km (3 mi) of driving. During driving the bars will shift to always reflect the most recent distance on the right side. Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages to open the menu while this display is active to clear the graph. Select yes or no and press GMC Terrain. Info Pages.

Timer : This display can be used as a timer. To start the timer, press GMC Terrain. Info Pages to open the menu while this display is active. Use GMC Terrain. Info Pages and GMC Terrain. Info Pages to select Start Timer or Reset. Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages. To stop the timer, press GMC Terrain. Info Pages while this display is active. The display will show the amount of time that has passed since the timer was last reset.

Speed Limit : Shows sign information, which comes from a roadway database in the onboard navigation, if equipped. The sign will show “− −” when there is no detected speed limit or the system is unavailable.

Press GMC Terrain. Info Pages while this display is active to toggle Speed Limit sign on or off.

Battery Voltage : Displays the current battery voltage, if equipped. Battery voltage changes are normal while driving. See Charging System Light. If there is a problem with the battery charging system, a DIC will display a message.

Oil Pressure : Oil pressure is displayed in either kilopascal (kPa) or in pounds per square inch (psi). Oil pressure can vary with engine speed, outside temperature, and oil viscosity. On some models, the oil pump will vary engine oil pressure according to engine needs. Oil pressure may change quickly as the engine speed or load varies. This is normal. If the oil pressure warning light or DIC message indicates oil pressure outside the normal operating range, check the vehicle's oil as soon as possible.

Coolant Temperature : Displays the coolant temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F).

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Level Percent (Diesel Engine Only) : If equipped, the DEF level will be displayed as either OK, XX%, or LOW. When LOW appears on the display, add DEF as soon as possible. See Diesel Exhaust Fluid.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Level Gauge (Diesel Engine Only) : If equipped, the DEF level displays as a horizontal bar gauge with E or 0 and F or 1 at both ends. If more of the bar is filled green, the vehicle has a higher level of DEF. When the estimated level is low, the gauge will turn red and LOW will display above the bar. When there is an error, the bar will be empty and “unavailable” will appear. When LOW appears on the display, add DEF as soon as possible. See Diesel Exhaust Fluid.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Range (Diesel Engine Only) : If equipped, this page displays how far the vehicle can go before DEF needs to be replaced. Range is displayed in mi or km. When the estimated range is low, LOW will display. If an error occurs, “−−” will display. When DEF range is high, a greater than sign is shown before the range value.

When LOW appears on the display, add DEF as soon as possible. See Diesel Exhaust Fluid.

    Info Page Options

    The info pages on the DIC can be turned on or off through the Options menu. Press or to scroll to the Options application. Press or to scroll to the Info Page Options and press ...

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