Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) Displays

When the appropriate conditions exist, the EVIC displays the following messages:
• Vehicle Not in Park
• Key Left Vehicle
• Key Not Detected
• Service TPM System (refer to “Tire Pressure Monitoring System” in “Starting And Operating”)
• Premium TPM System Graphic Display
• Service Keyless System (refer to Keyless Enter-N-Go, Passive Entry - if equipped)
• Service Park Assist System
• Park Assist System Blinded
• Park Assist Disabled
• Keyfob Battery Low
• Liftglass Open
• Left Front Turn Signal Lamp Out
• Right Front Turn Signal Lamp Out
• Left Rear Turn Signal Lamp Out
• Right Rear Turn Signal Lamp Out
• Low Tire Pressure
• Esc System Off
• Service Blind Spot System
• Blind Spot Detection Unavailable
• Blind Spot System Off
• Blind Spot System Unavailable Sensor Blocked

• Normal Cruise Ready — When Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system is turned off and Normal (Fixed Speed) Cruise Control mode is available. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Adaptive Cruise Off — When the Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system is turned off. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• ACC Ready — When the ACC system is activated.

Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• ACC Set —After setting the desired speed in the ACC system. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• ACC Cancelled—To disable the ACC system. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Sensed Vehicle Indicator — The system detects a slower moving vehicle in the same lane. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Driver Override — If you apply the accelerator after setting the desired speed in the ACC system. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Distance Set — After changing the desired following distance in the ACC system, this message will display momentarily. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Brake — If the ACC system predicts that its maximum braking level is not sufficient to maintain the set distance, this message will flash and a chime will sound while ACC continues to apply its maximum braking capacity. When this occurs, you should immediately apply the brakes as needed to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Clean Radar Sensor In The Front Of Vehicle — If the ACC system deactivates due to performance limiting conditions. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• ACC/FCW Unavailable Vehicle System Error — If the ACC system turns off due to a temporary malfunction that limits functionality. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• ACC/FCW Unavailable Service Radar Sensor — If the ACC system turns off due to an internal system fault that requires service from an authorized dealer. Refer to “Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)” in “Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle” (if equipped).

• Cruise Off When Park Brake Is On
• ACC Cancelled Below Min. Speed.
• Coolant Low
• Service Air Suspension System
• Oil Change Due
• Key In Ignition
• Lights On
• Key In Ignition Lights On
• Ignition Or Accessory On
• Ignition Or Accessory On. Lights On
• Turn Signal On
• Park Assist On
• Warning Object Detected
• Remote Start Aborted — Door ajar
• Remote Start Aborted — Hood ajar
• Remote Start Aborted — L/Gate ajar
• Remote Start Aborted — Fuel low
• Remote Start Disabled — Start Vehicle to Reset
• Remote Start Active — Insert Key and Turn to Run
• Remote Start Active — Push Start Button
• Memory 1 Profile Set
• Memory 2 Profile Set
• Memory System Unavailable — Not In Park
• Memory System Unavailable — Seatbelt Buckled
• Memory 1 Profile Recall
• Memory 2 Profile Recall
• Press Brake Pedal And Push Button To Start
• Wrong Key
• Damaged Key
• Key Not Programmed
• Function Currently Unavailable — Power Liftgate
• Unlock To Operate — Power Liftgate
• Put In Park To Operate — Power Liftgate
• Automatic High Beams On
• Automatic High Beams Off
• Service Four Wheel Drive System
• ECO — Fuel Saver Indicator
• Terrain Settings — Automatic
• Terrain Settings — Rock
• Terrain Settings — Sand/Mud
• Terrain Settings — Snow
• Terrain Settings — Sport
• Sport Not Available In 4 Low 4 High Is Required
• Rock Not Available In 4 Low 4 High Is Required
• To Tow Vehicle Safely, Read Neutral Shift Procedure In Owners Manual
• For 4x4 Low Slow Below 5 Mph Or 8 Kph Put Trans In N Press 4 Low
• For 4x4 High Slow Below 5 Mph Or 8 Kph Put Trans In N Press 4 Low
• Terrain System Settings Not Available
• Raising Vehicle Ride Height (with icon)
• Lowering Vehicle Ride Height (with icon)

• Normal Vehicle Ride Height — This message is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the vehicle has achieved the Normal Vehicle Ride Height.

• Off Road Ride Height Level 1 — This message is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the vehicle has achieved the Off Road Height Level 1.

• Off Road Ride Height Level 2 — This message is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the vehicle has achieved the Off Road Height Level 2.

• Vehicle Lowered To Entry/Exit (Park) Height — This message is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the vehicle has achieved the Park Height.

• Entry/Exit (Park) Height in Progress — This message is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the request is made to go into Entry/Exit Height while the vehicle speed is between 15 and 25 mph. This shows that the request has been recognized and will lower to Entry/Exit height when vehicle is below 15 mph.

• Service Air Suspension System — This is displayed when a fault has occurred in the system. The system will have limited operation at that point.

• Immediate Air Suspension Service/Repair Required — This is displayed when a fault has occurred in the system which results in a complete system shutdown.

The system will be non operational at that point.

• Reduce Speed To Maintain Selected Ride Height — This message is displayed in advance warning to the driver that the vehicle will be moved to the next lower preset position unless the speed is reduced.

• Selected Ride Height Not Permitted — The vehicle speed is too high to enter one of the preset levels (Entry/Exit Level/Off Road Ride Height Level 1/Off Road Ride Height Level 2).

• Air Suspension System Cooling Down – PleaseWait— This message is displayed if the compressor temperature level is too high. Level control is suspended until the compressor has cooled down.

• Vehicle Cannot Be Lowered – Door Open — This message is displayed if a door or the liftgate is ajar and level control is suspended.

• Air Suspension Temporarily Disabled For Jacking And Tire Change • Aerodynamic Ride Height — This is displayed (for 5 seconds) when the vehicle has achieved the Aerodynamic Height.

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