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View Poll Results: Have you gotten the NOx recall done?

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    30 45.45%
  • Yes, and got P11DC CEL (or similar) within 1000 miles after (post details below)

    19 28.79%
  • Yes, and no problems for at least 1000 miles after

    17 25.76%
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    No P11dc this time around.

    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn in CO View Post
    New member here, I have a 2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel with approximately 26,000 miles on the car. Bought the car new in January 2014. Had no issues with the car other than a couple times I had a CEL and the car would clear the code the next time I drove it. Then in October of this year I had a CEL (P2428) while driving and caused the car to shut down when driving 75+ miles per hour on the freeway. I turn the ignition off and started the car again, the car ran fine but still had a CEL. So I pulled into a Chevy dealership a few miles away and they advise me of the code , but there were no parts available in the state and suggested I go to my local dealer when I got home. I took the car to my local dealer when I got home and because the other dealer or the car had cleared the code, the dealer would not fix the car because they could not duplicate the issue, even though I gave them paperwork from the dealer that found the issue. So I went back to the dealer who found the issue (who is eighty miles away-one way) to fix the CEL and to do the recall at the same time. The dealer fix the CEL and the recall , then found a problem with the DEF Reservoir and had to order a new one. So another trip back to the dealer again.
    So after three trips to the dealer (eighty miles away-one way) and only 780 miles after all the recall and issues were fixed I received the CEL P11DC code. Went to a new dealer (forty miles-one way) today to fix the P11DC and they fixed it , but found another sensor that had a issue and would have to order the part. I’m schedule to have that part replace this Wed., the service writer couldn’t remember what was and I didn’t want to hang around to find out. I will let you know what they replaced.


    Here is my list of codes and fixes:


    P2099
    P2428
    P2598
    P11DC
    DEF Tank Reservoir
    Recall Campaign to replace Nox sensor and reprogram ECM
    We'll, I received another CEL this week and went to the dealership expecting a Pd11c code, but they said it wasn't that. They have to order a new air intake and a vacuum pump? for the turbo. This is the six trip into two different dealerships and said I wanted a loaner car because parts were not available to fix my car. They didn't have a loaner car but rented me a car from Enterprise and when I went to pick up the rental car, the people at Enterprise told me the car had to be a GM product. I thought that was a little interesting! We'll I'll post what the dealership had done to the car when I get it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn in CO View Post
    We'll, I received another CEL this week and went to the dealership expecting a Pd11c code, but they said it wasn't that. They have to order a new air intake and a vacuum pump? for the turbo. This is the six trip into two different dealerships and said I wanted a loaner car because parts were not available to fix my car. They didn't have a loaner car but rented me a car from Enterprise and when I went to pick up the rental car, the people at Enterprise told me the car had to be a GM product. I thought that was a little interesting! We'll I'll post what the dealership had done to the car when I get it back.
    Thanks for the update and definitely keep us posted.
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    37,000 miles on my 14 and i will not be going in for the recall untill it happens to me. Only problem i have had with the car is a leaky trans cooler line just last week. The dealer wanted 4-500 to fix it because it was passed 36k. I told the I would have it done by a local guy shop (ME). $50 from rock auto and about 2 hrs.
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    Trans cooler should have been covered under the Powertrain warranty - considering the trans is part of Powertrain.

    But: it's probably better you didn't have the dealer do it - they would have performed the recall.
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    well after allmost 3yrs with my Cruze diesel I pulled the trigger this week and traded for a new Verano. It was a deal I coudn't walk away from at 6000.00 difference. I certainly wasn't plannnig on getting a new vehicle but I have a couple of big road trips planned of 2000 miles plus and I was nervous of breaking down. Other than one cel very early on that went away on its own, I didn't have any issues at all and I have to say that I loved the power and fuel mileage of the diesel, I will miss that.
    I do want to say thanks to everyone on this forum for all the valuable info that that you gave. I will stop by now and then to check up on how the emission problems will get sorted out.
    I'm rooting for all of you and wish you all the best of luck!!
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    Why would you be nervous of breaking down if all you had was a CEL that went away? Doesn't sound like something you needed to worry about being reliable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Cruzer View Post
    well after allmost 3yrs with my Cruze diesel I pulled the trigger this week and traded for a new Verano. It was a deal I coudn't walk away from at 6000.00 difference. I certainly wasn't plannnig on getting a new vehicle but I have a couple of big road trips planned of 2000 miles plus and I was nervous of breaking down. Other than one cel very early on that went away on its own, I didn't have any issues at all and I have to say that I loved the power and fuel mileage of the diesel, I will miss that.
    I do want to say thanks to everyone on this forum for all the valuable info that that you gave. I will stop by now and then to check up on how the emission problems will get sorted out.
    I'm rooting for all of you and wish you all the best of luck!!
    What scared you enough to buy another car? And if I'm reading correctly you spent $6,000 more for the piece of mind!!! That's a lot to shell out to get rid of a car that has been very reliable for you thus far after 3-years of reliable service. Please explain more what was bothering you or what you were afraid of...

    Quote Originally Posted by MP81 View Post
    Why would you be nervous of breaking down if all you had was a CEL that went away? Doesn't sound like something you needed to worry about being reliable...
    I don't understand why either? It sounds like the car was reliable. I have put around 14,000 miles on mine in about 6 months and it has been a great car!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Tobin View Post
    What scared you enough to buy another car? And if I'm reading correctly you spent $6,000 more for the piece of mind!!! That's a lot to shell out to get rid of a car that has been very reliable for you thus far after 3-years of reliable service. Please explain more what was bothering you or what you were afraid of...



    I don't understand why either? It sounds like the car was reliable. I have put around 14,000 miles on mine in about 6 months and it has been a great car!!!
    I don't think Canadian Cruzes needs to justify why he chose to trade his ctd in. The emissions on this ctd is touchy at best, you and I have had zero problems so we love the car. I love my car but I can't say I love the idea of an emission issue reducing my speed or shutting my car down, a gas Verano probably doesn't have these potential issues. I drove a gas Cruze Premier and was impressed by the car and the idea of not having diesel emission issues to worry about. plus if you have emissions related issues out of warranty the cost is borderline insane, just read about a member here havingalmost $3000 to fix emissions related issues and some maintenance. I love my ctd but I am not married to it.

    Congrats to canadian Cruze, hope you love your Buick Verano.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyDiesel View Post
    if you have emissions related issues out of warranty the cost is borderline insane, just read about a member here havingalmost $3000 to fix emissions related issues and some maintenance.
    What's insane is that someone would spend 3k fixing emissions issues out of warranty when they could have spent half that and never had to worry about another emissions issue again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyDiesel View Post
    I don't think Canadian Cruzes needs to justify why he chose to trade his ctd in. The emissions on this ctd is touchy at best, you and I have had zero problems so we love the car. I love my car but I can't say I love the idea of an emission issue reducing my speed or shutting my car down, a gas Verano probably doesn't have these potential issues. I drove a gas Cruze Premier and was impressed by the car and the idea of not having diesel emission issues to worry about. plus if you have emissions related issues out of warranty the cost is borderline insane, just read about a member here havingalmost $3000 to fix emissions related issues and some maintenance. I love my ctd but I am not married to it.

    Congrats to canadian Cruze, hope you love your Buick Verano.
    Nope, he doesn't have to do anything. He did not need to post about it either, but he chose to post that he got rid of the Cruze, willingly I might ad, I don't think anyone forced him. But since he posted about his decision on a public forum, forum members would like to know the reasoning behind the decision. I think that is a reasonable question to ask... Especially since he said it was reliable for 3-years, many of us wonder why he thought it couldn't handle a 2,000 mile trip all of a sudden.

    Some people just want a new car, and if that is/was the case cool, but if there was some concern... like it started doing XXXXX or XXXXX then it would be good info to know. Would it not???

    Gassers have problems too BTW...
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