Plug your Android phone into a front USB port, run Android Auto on your phone, click the myChevy App on your infotainment screen, and open Energy Assist.How do you put the app on the car's screen? I have been using on only my phone.
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On the Vehicle Status screen, try swiping down to refresh...?BTW, I finally re-installed the app for the 3rd time and it works now. I had to delete the KeyPass pairing in bluetooth and then re-pair it. Not sure if that was the problem. But Energy Assist is nearly useless.
There is a Tire Pressure section under "Vehicle Status" but right not it seems not to be filled in. Not "odometer" either.
I don't have a 'vehicle status' section. I do have the new "dark mode" MyChevy app ver 5.01. I do have odometer current and life, along with efficiency.There is a Tire Pressure section under "Vehicle Status" but right not it seems not to be filled in. Not "odometer" either.
Thx. That brings up "recommended Services" - the battery recall and tire rotation. If I click on "Done" then I get the old style display with tire pressure [I didn't get that far last time]. Even when I uncheck those service items, it still insists that I click thru them to get to the tire pressure. Oh well...Look to the top right of the picture you took right above the red triangle. You have to scroll over a bit to click on it.