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  1. Gen2 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    Hello, I have a 2016 Gen 2 Cruze LT that came equipped with All-season tires and TPMS sensors in the wheels. I currently have my winter steel wheels and tires on right now with no TPMS sensors (not mandatory here). In the spring I plan to reinstall the OEM All seasons with 16" wheel and TPMS...
  2. General Discussion
    Got my free tire rotation at the dealer since I bought the tires from them and checked the cruze RS premier in the showroom. I have to say I was impressed. I really like the drivers seat. Have to say it is better than my current 2011 Cruze 1LT drivers seat. I had the drivers seat positioned...
  3. Gen1 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    Okay so the oem tires are still on my cruze at 41000 miles and the front ones are getting rather bald. I have noticed quite a bit of spinning recently when I hit the gas so I'd like to change that. Everyone argues that new tires should go on the rear for safety reasons but it seems to me that...
  4. General Discussion
    Researched a bit of tire rotation and noticed radial tires are recommended to go: - Back to front cross side. & - Front to back same side. Because I don`t want to have the whole car on stands, I`ll criss/cross both sides one time and the next time, front to back/back to front same side. ...
  5. Gen1 Service Issues
    Crazy thought - should we be rotating our spark plugs every time we check the gaps? The reason I ask is because I know that cylinder #1 (right end from driver's seat) in my ECO erodes the gap faster than the other three.
  6. Gen1 Powertrain
    Hey guys Wanting to get some feedback here. Just got a CEL after changing my oil and rotating my tires on my 2011 eco. I haven't checked the code yet, but will be running by autozone after work today. I have 53k miles on the car and have changed and rotated the tires muliple times without...
  7. Gen1 Service Issues
    Some dealers, including MINE, do NOT use the TPMS Re-Learn Tool to tell the DIC the location of the tires after tire rotation. Note your air pressure PRIOR to rotation, better yet, ask them if they use the Re-Learn Tool to reset the TPMS tire locations. I checked the price of this tool...
  8. Gen1 Audio/Electrical Tutorials
    Go back to COMG- The Cruze Owner's Maintenance Guide This tutorial is only applicable to Cruzes manufactured in mid-2012 and older. All 2013+ Cruzes will require a relearn tool to correct the TPMS sensor locations. The TPMS sensors can also be matched to each tire/wheel position by increasing...
  9. Gen1 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    Hey Everyone! I'm coming up on a tire rotation for my chevy cruze, I know in the owners manual it details the instructions on how to re-match all the sensors however it says to use the TPMS learn tool at each wheel. I was just wondering if the Cruze would be able to re-learn TPMS locations...
  10. General Discussion
    Good Morning Folks! The Cruze is my first front wheel drive vehicle. What is the correct tire rotation pattern according to GM? I would assume the drive wheels go back and switch sides, the rear wheels come forward and stay on their respective sides..... Please advise -Phil
  11. Gen1 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    Hey all. I looked at all the threads and did not see this mentioned. I did my tire rotation today and wondered about resetting the TPMS. I know the owner's manual says to get the tool, but my ex-wife's 2010 Equinox has the TPMS and it allows you to do it without the tool. So, I tried and it...
  12. General Discussion
    After someone stole my messenger bag in Northern California a few weeks ago, I needed to get a replacement key for my Cruze LTZ. I was pleasantly surprised that the key only cost me $106, including programming of both keys. Not to mention the peace of mind knowing the old key is now useless...
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