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    Hello---I don't have a Cruze but I do have a 2019 Buick Encore with the 1.4Turbo engine, and I have benefitted from reading the engine information shared on this forum by the all the well-informed Cruze owners. I've been doing just about all work on my own cars for 55+ years, so I've gone from the less complex cars from way back to the complexity of the newer cars dealt with on this forum. So thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve123 View Post
    Hello---I don't have a Cruze but I do have a 2019 Buick Encore with the 1.4Turbo engine, and I have benefitted from reading the engine information shared on this forum by the all the well-informed Cruze owners. I've been doing just about all work on my own cars for 55+ years, so I've gone from the less complex cars from way back to the complexity of the newer cars dealt with on this forum. So thanks for the info.
    Welcome to the site.

    Your Buick can have one of two 1.4t engines.
    If your car has 'start/stop' you have the 1.4t found in the generation II Cruze.
    This is a, all aluminum engine.
    If your car does not have 'start/stop' you have the base 1.4t, found in the gen I Cruze as well as the only engine available on the Chevrolet Trax, sister car to yours.
    This version has a cast iron block with aluminum head.

    This info just to help you stay on track if using the search function.....ie, Gen I.....Gen II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby View Post
    Welcome to the site.

    Your Buick can have one of two 1.4t engines.
    If your car has 'start/stop' you have the 1.4t found in the generation II Cruze.
    This is a, all aluminum engine.
    If your car does not have 'start/stop' you have the base 1.4t, found in the gen I Cruze as well as the only engine available on the Chevrolet Trax, sister car to yours.
    This version has a cast iron block with aluminum head.

    This info just to help you stay on track if using the search function.....ie, Gen I.....Gen II.

    Regards,
    Rob
    Thanks for the info. I should have been specific and mentioned that I have the base 1.4t engine, and from what I've read, I'm glad I do, for it appears that many of the owner's of the start/stop engines don't care for them and buy an aftermarket device to disable stop/start. Thanks for the welcome.

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