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  1. Gen1 Diesel How-To & DIY Library
    Rationale: Many of the emissions sensor failures that occur on the Cruze Diesel are speculated to be traced back to un-metered air entering the intake system. One source for this un-metered air could be if any of the 5 hose clamps between the air filter and the turbo inlet are under-tightened...
  2. Gen1 Diesel General Discussion
    On the intake of the Diesel, there are 5 hose clamps holding together the various pieces between the air filter and the entrance to the turbo. These are the type that use a flat head screw to tighten them around the tube. When I checked mine tonight while changing my air filters, I discovered...
  3. Gen1 Diesel Technical Discussion
    This past weekend I did the first change of my '14 Chevy Cruze Diesel fuel filter. I noticed the replacement I bought on eBay did not match the factory filter, which has clamps. My mechanic said it shouldn't be a problem because it snuggly fit in the filter housing and has also been driving fine...
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