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I have a check engine light on my 2017 Chevy Cruze LT with 70,000 miles on it that my mechanic says it is linked to the auto-stop not working. They looked at the voltage of the battery saw that it was lower than recommended ( below 12.8) and replaced the battery as a means to fix the problem. The light when off for a few miles and is now back on and has stayed on for the pass 200 miles, with the auto-stop working when it wants to. Any thoughts on what to do next ? Can the auto -stop be disabled ? Your thoughts ?
 

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As a temporary (or permanent) fix, shift it down to L rather than D. Then punch the + on the gear shift 5 times. On the display you should see L6. It will behave like a normal automatic in this position, but not enable the auto stop. If you forget to hit the + and try to drive, you'll quickly hear your engine racing as it will be stuck in low gear, until you enable auto shifts to higher gears by hitting the + button.
 
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