The upcoming recall is for the NOx sensor and an ECM reprogram.
I've since seen it disappear from our MyChevrolet account, and our Cruze case handler for our recent issues could not find it either. It was literally there for a month, and then one day, poof, gone.The upcoming recall is for the NOx sensor and an ECM reprogram.
Had the same problem with my 2014...turns out there is a problem with the Bluetooth system or software with this car. You have to end a Bluetooth phone call or switch the the phone from Bluetooth back to the phone before you shut off the car...if you don't the Bluetooth or whatever ever system will stay on and put a drain on the battery...has enough draw to kill the battery in 8 or so days...you can tell the system is still on by the lights on the OnStar mirror...the lights will stay lit and not shut off until you start the car and push a button on the mirror or make another phone call. If you end your Bluetooth phone call before you shut off the car there isn't a problem....there is a TSB out for this...but my dealer told me there is no fix for the issue right now.May of this year (55k miles on car): Came home from a long weekend to find the car battery was so dead the remote wouldn't even unlock it. There was no explanation at all. I jumped the car and then took it to autozone. The charging system all checked out perfectly and the problem hasn't happened since, even leaving it sit for 10 days.
First off, I'm sorry to hear that you've had all these issues with the car. Unfortuantely, buying used, you have no idea what happened to the car before you got it. Throw in incompetent dealers and it makes for a double whammy. I hope you get your car sorted out and can start enjoying it. I do want to correct you on one thing though. I've read every thread on here posted in the last 3 years, and I can only recall maybe 2 or 3 HPFP replacements, so that's far from a common problem. It seems like once these cars are sorted out, they are generally good cars, but some people do have more issues than others, unfortunately. I wish you all the best.Cruzetalk helped me diagnose a High Pressure Fuel Pump, which is apparently A COMMON PROBLEM!
It's not. They are grasping at straws. They do not understand the SCII so they blame it.If SC2 is read only, how can it be telling car to regen according to dealer??
Ours did too, until it disappeared. Says no recalls now.The recall is still coming, it shows incomplete remedy not yet available on GM VIS for my car.
You can probably negotiate on that. I know GM paid dealers a flat $75 to do the 4 free oil/filter changes along with DEF top-up.Right now I just know I have to break the news to my girlfriend that the oil change was $96... and that will probably put her through the roof.
You can probably negotiate on that. I know GM paid dealers a flat $75 to do the 4 free oil/filter changes along with DEF top-up.
$75 per change and top off.$75.00 for all 4 or $75. Per change and top-off??
My dealership is a bit more open to negotiation. I am able to get parts wholesale from them, no questions asked. i basically said, i can get it online for that price but would rather buy locally and gave them the chance to sell to me for that price. They still make money. not as much of course, but a sale is better than no sale, at least you'd think that.They were not having it. Seemed offended that I even brought it up. It would have been an extra $14/ gallon for them to top of DEF too. I went to NAPA and bought a 2.5gallon box for $10.
By the way, Napa is having a sale on DEF!