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If it's coming from the transmission side, it could be an improperly torqued bolt on the flywheel/torque converter.

If it's coming from the belt side of the engine, it almost sounds like the slop in the timing chain that our BMW has before the hydraulic tensioner fills with oil (it needs to get the RPMs up above idle and then it snaps right in). Being 40 years newer, a Cruze shouldn't have those issues, though.
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