I agree with you on that one.I personally think it's software related
Yes, I think every Cruze ever made has it.Is this a super common problem?
The Sexy Electrician
Drove a 2011 2LT for 50,000 miles with no notchy steering at all. So far nothing on my diesel either at 7,500 miles, but I won't be surprised if it comes.Yes, I think every Cruze ever made has it.
http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/25-s...-steering-2012-cruze-anyone-else-problem.htmlwhen you guys say notchy do you mean its stiff, good, stiff, good or what?
Although they mean well when I contacted these guys they did nothing for me to get my issue resolved the first time. They contacted my dealer and my dealer offered to get the district rep involved, but would not fix the car the first time I had brought it in. Only after complaining 3 or 4 service visits did they agree to fix it. Maybe your dealer will listen to them.Hi titanman2728,
If you do decide to take our vehicle to the dealership for your concern feel free to follow up with us. If any extra assistance is needed I will be glad to look further into this for you. Please send a private message with your full contact information, VIN, current mileage, and dealership name. I look forward to hear from you!
Chevrolet Customer Care
Transmission is listed as a lifetime fill but lifetime to GM is 100k. I'm going to do routine drains and refills. You get 1/3 out each one.diesel
Any service for the ATF dome or required. I did not see a maintenance schedule for the ATF fluid change interval.