Yes, and got P11DC CEL (or similar) within 1000 miles after (post details below)
Yes, and no problems for at least 1000 miles after
We did not take ours in and by the sounds of it I'm glad.
Had P0133 come on twice early in its life. Reset on its own both times and hasn't came back in close to 2 years now.
Was planning on waiting as long as possible for ANY emissions recall to make sure the bugs get worked out.
2014 Cruze Diesel
2000 Silverado "Classic" Crewcab 3500
6.5L Turbo Diesel/auto/4x4/SRW/LB
59K miles of relatively trouble free driving on my Cruze TD and now the intermittent NOX code virus starts . After reading through the postings it seems that the cause remains at issue even with GM . Has anyone sorted out the real issue at the root of the problem?? NO recalls done on my Cruze to date! The car gets regular oil changes at 5K miles with ONLY Dexos2 for sure ( I don't rely on confused dealerships),GM spec fuel additives during the winter months, but I'm limited to using B20 in the area where I normally drive. My drive consists of 90% hwy 60 to 70 MPH at a rate of 120 miles/day. Brisk acceleration when entering the hwy otherwise just cruzing a steady speed.
The problem seemed to start with a P2202 code... simple enough just clean the NOX 1 sensor right? Cleaned the sensor, reset the DIC and all was good... for about a week. Then there has been a random stream of P11CC, P11DB, P11D3, P11DC codes. Generally the codes begin at cold start which I can reset and they will generally stay off for the entire drive until the next time I run the car from a cold start. Every time I pull the sensors to clean they are coated heavily with soot even after 1 day of driving. I'm beginning to wonder whether a sticking/leaking EGR is the cause of the problem but I never encountered a no start condition due to a stuck open EGR.
Has anyone been able to definitely link the EGR valve to these reported NOX problems?
Last edited by theonlypheonix; 04-21-2017 at 02:35 AM.
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Well my answer to this poll just changed. 72,000 km's now. Recall was done at about 65,000 km's amd check engine light just came on. I scanned it and it's the infamous P11DC. It'll be going in on Monday.
Black soot is normal on nox sensor 1, but nox sensor 2 should always be clean