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  1. Gen1 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    I have a '12 cruze LT with 142K. I just came from the dealer after having an oil change and they told me that I needed my Axel seals replaced. They said my transmission is covered which tells them my seals are leaking. Now 7 months ago I had a bad oil leak, (coated my timing belt to the point...
  2. Gen1 1.4L Turbo
    It's been in the 20's here and the first time I run my car I can smell burning oil. Just noticed lol all over the front of the engine but I haven't had a chance to figure out exactly where it's coming from. Here's some pics.
  3. Gen1 Powertrain
    I have a '13 ltz with 88k miles. It has 100k powertrain warranty. I had the oil changed today, and the notes said "cam seals leaking." The service advisor said it is "seeping" and that it's not a leak. I had 6k on this oil change, and the dipstick still read on the full mark, so it can't be...
  4. Gen1 Service Issues
    2013 Cruze LTZ - I've been having a lot of issues with my climate control system lately, so when I finally got it into the dealership this morning, the mechanic told me that it looked like some of the seal around the blend doors had broken off and was likely causing the issues I was having (no...
  5. Gen1 Engine/Transmission Tutorials
    How-To: Replace CPASV (Camshaft Position Actuator Solenoid Valve) Seals Overview: Yes, I needed to make up an acronym for this one. Moving forward, let's just refer to them as CPASV seals. I found these seeping on my 2012 Cruze at 58,000 miles when I noticed a slight oil loss (about 4oz in...
  6. Gen1 1.4L Turbo
    Went into the dealership because I could hear a whining noise that I thought sounded like a power steering pump, but since it doesn't have one, it had to be something else. I know someone else posted a video about it on here before doing the exact same thing mine does, but there was no...
  7. Gen1 Appearance, Body, Detailing, & Interior
    We had some icy rain the other day that made it hard to open my doors. I'd rather not break a handle. In the past, I've reconditioned my door seals with Vaseline. Mothers also makes a good vinyl/rubber re-conditioning compound. I would recommend it to keep your seals well conditioned and keep...
  8. Gen1 Audio, Electronics & Electrical
    Does anyone know if these rubber seals can be found at local auto parts stores? Or are they only found online?
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