On February 7, 2017 dealers were advised via Global Connect that Emission Recall 15594 was suspended until further notice and the status of all vehicles associated with this field action were changed to "closed" in IVH.So, without reading it all, is that a new version of the suspended recall?
I never had the original recall (Emission Recall 15594) performed since there was not a problem then. Subsequently I recently had the emission CEL problem at about 58K miles, took the car to the dealer and the work they performed was as described in Recall 17089 but they did not classify it as a recall at the time the work was done and I had to pay out of pocket. Now I wonder if I can get reimbursed since the recall problem is now officially released and documented?? :sigh:On February 7, 2017 dealers were advised via Global Connect that Emission Recall 15594 was suspended until further notice and the status of all vehicles associated with this field action were changed to "closed" in IVH.
As of today General Motors is releasing Emission Recall 17089 which supersedes and replaces Emission Recall 15594. All vehicles associated with this field action have been transferred to recall 17089. The total number of U.S. vehicles involved is approximately 12,540.
General Motors has decided to conduct a Voluntary Emission Recall involving certain 2014 and 2015
model year Chevrolet Cruze model vehicles equipped with a 2.0L (RPO LUZ) diesel engine. On some
vehicles, depending on driving habits, soot may build up on the engine’s NOx position 1 sensor and / or
oxygen sensor, causing the vehicle Check Engine Indicator to illuminate.
An earlier correction for this condition (Voluntary Emission Recall 15594) may, under certain driving
conditions, inadvertently cause the vehicle Check Engine Indicator to illuminate.
Correction For vehicles that were not serviced under previous recall 15594, dealers are to replace the NOx position
1 sensor and reprogram the engine control module with a modified calibration, and initiate a Diesel
Particulate Filter cleaning cycle
For vehicles previously serviced under recall 15594, dealers are to reprogram the engine control module
with a modified calibration, and initiate a Diesel Particulate Filter cleaning cycle.
Confirm status of recall 15594 following the instructions in the Warranty Information section.
I see that several of the posters replying are our friends to the north... Canada:wave:thanks, but no thanks. fleece tune works just fine.:smile:
Good since it clearly states in the updated recall to perform a regen and reset fuel trims after the new calibration.I just had the 17089 Recall done today, maybe I'm the first guinea pig. I had the 15594 Recall done last November. It included a ECM program modification but no forced DPF cleaning cycle.
P.S. After calling GM customer service yesterday, I brought my car back to the dealer today to have the forced DPF regen done with their approval. Hopefully all will go well into the future.
Earlier you brought up reading and being able to reset your codes... what codes were you getting?Ok, we had the latest recall done a little over a week ago, they also put a new kit on for DEF pump of some sort. Did the regen, reprogrammed it and new NOX sensor. It is nearly impossible to understand their jargon in house terminology, but that is what the verbal description was. The car actually ran much better afterward and all was good for about a week and then the dreaded CEL was on again. Then yesterday morning it was off again. We have no faith that it will stay off so have decided to really start chewing up the food chain here. The car goes back to the dealer next Thursday. I have sent a message to GM Customer Care on their website and have not heard back from them yet.
Again we like this car and if the dang CEL stayed off we wouldn't have any complaints whatsoever, the car has always run well. But we can't tell when the problem is serious or not, so taping over the light is not a viable option. I am also not willing to continuously reset the error codes.
I did talk with a guy at the Oregon Attorney Generals Consumer Division about what if any recourse I have in this situation. He said that we were way past the use of Lemon Laws, but that contact with the Federal Trade Commision was one of the avenues I should go. My plan next Thursday is to meet with the dealer service manager and start pushing this up the hill from their side and to get GM regional involved.
When we bought this car we were also looking at the VW Jetta TDI, not sure that would have gone any better, but we for sure didn't sign up for being guinea pigs in GM's development program.
I should note that this car is used daily to drive in to work about 25 miles each way with 20 of those miles being at steady 60+ mph, so the motor/exhaust should be getting warm enough to manage burning off the particulates. Early on they were claiming that in town driving was causing the problem, but that was never the case.