Boo (brake on off) and TP(throttle position) are both just imputs to the PCM and any other module chevy uses that requires thier imput. When the PCM sees an imput or a combanation of imputs, it has an output, weather it be to add more fuel, or to reset a light. You have to remember when thinking about electronics, its just imputs and outputs....they arent thingking "thats the trottle pedal or brake pedal being depressed".....Monster truck said:hmm thats an interesting way I wonder how the brakes and throttel are tied to the sensor.
Scroll thru DIC, using the bottom left button on the steering wheel for Engine related data (% oil life, % fuel life, mpg, gallons used, mileage left in tank, etc.) or the next left button up to display Mileage/Hours info.How many others have a filter life display? I have an '05 with the steering wheel controls and I have the oil life, but no fuel filter life? Or does this only come on if it senses that it needs changed? Thanks.
This is the explanation i got from a buddy but i cant try it as my truck dose not have fuel filter life on it!!!!
FUEL FILTER LIFE RESET
This message will appear when a reset is performed either by using the steering wheel controls or the following manual procedure.
For vehicles with steering wheel controls, press and hold the select button for five seconds while the FUEL FILTER LIFE message is displayed. This message will appear on the DIC for ten seconds.
For vehicles without steering wheel controls, do the following:
Without pressing the pedals, turn the ignition key to the on position without starting the engine.
Wait five seconds.
Completely press the brake and the accelerator pedals simultaneously and hold for ten seconds. The system is now reset.
Turn the ignition key off.
The next time the engine is started, the message will no longer be displayed.
Let me know if it works?