Everyone has offered great suggestions thus far. Just to check, did you happen to change the type of fuel you use? For example, some biodiesel fuel could cause indicator messages as well. Nevertheless, we definitely recommend visiting your dealership since your vehicle is well within warranty. Keep us posted and if there's anything we can do to help just send us a private message!
The specific code will narrow it down. I know a lot of times OnStar just summarizes the codes rather than giving the details. Could be the case here since I didn't see a number given. From what I remember, the shutter will throw 2 codes - the fuel system control code along with a specific shutter performance code.
IMO buy a scanner so you can run your own scan for the code. It may not always show the code definition but once you have the code thrown you can most likely find out what it is right here on this forum. The purchase of my scanner was the best thing I've bought for my CTD. You got a lot further than I did, first CEL at 10 miles away from the dealer. I still get an odd code now and then P11D7, its a calibration error code, I reset it and no problems for many miles. Lets see, take it to the dealer and hope to God they can fix it right or even tell you the correct code. 2014 CTD now at 53K miles and just breaking in. Welcome to the club LOL.
Brought the car to the largest Chevrolet dealer in the Chicagoland area on Wednesday morning and they were nice enough to give me a loaner vehicle Wednesday night as they didn't have the car done. The strange thing is they only have one tech trained to work on the diesels. Picked up the car from the dealer today. Code: P0133 Skewed O2 Sensor #1. Replaced position 1 O2 sensor. Everything seems to be running smoothly.
My wife and I bought a 2014 Cruze Diesel a little over a year ago and it has been a terrible experience. Long story short, we routinely have a "chugging" problem. After going to the shop/dealer countless times and them doing regens and other work to it, I found this forum and the...
I'm assuming the ECM is the thing on the front end of the battery but I'm not sure which number is the Serial number.
Edit: After googling all of the numbers I'm pretty safe to assume that it's the glow plug controller not the ECM, and now im clueless as to where the ECM even is.
I bought my second diesel cruze and am getting ready to tackle changing the turbo. Has anyone done one before and if so is there any special tools needed? Also any pointers would be greatly appreciated.