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Hey guys is there a way to disable the auto stop feature on a 2017 Chevy Cruze? Its very annoying and Im not concerned about fuel economy.

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Move up north. Here in the frozen wastelands the auto-stop doesn't engage as it's too cold right now.

Personally, I don't mind it but apparently one way of ensuring it doesn't engage is to drive with the shift lever in L.

Oh and y'all need more expensive gas then you'll start worrying about fuel economy.
 

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1. with it cold outside, mine doesn't shut off much, unfortunately
2. doesn't seem to shut off with defroster off
3. manually shift gears, or put in L when approaching stop
4. when approaching stop, let off brake right before it shuts off
5. put in neutral at stop
6. after it shuts off, just let off brake slightly, and it will come back on
 

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Hey guys is there a way to disable the auto stop feature on a 2017 Chevy Cruze? Its very annoying and Im not concerned about fuel economy.

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I just joined this forum to ask about something I have encountered.
First, I don't care about who questions why I don't like it, that's MY business.
I started in early July, when I got terminated from my job due to Covid 19, to immediately disable auto stop by using the L6 method. I mean religiously, every day. Then, a few weeks ago I thought I would try to just shift to D and see what would happen. Auto Stop seems to be totally disabled. Anyone else have this experience?
I LOVE the Cruze, this is my third one. Lost one in a divorce, lost one in an accident (a hatchback which really hurts) and now a 2016 LT. Great car.
Anyone care to comment?
 

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I just joined this forum to ask about something I have encountered.
First, I don't care about who questions why I don't like it, that's MY business.
I started in early July, when I got terminated from my job due to Covid 19, to immediately disable auto stop by using the L6 method. I mean religiously, every day. Then, a few weeks ago I thought I would try to just shift to D and see what would happen. Auto Stop seems to be totally disabled. Anyone else have this experience?
I LOVE the Cruze, this is my third one. Lost one in a divorce, lost one in an accident (a hatchback which really hurts) and now a 2016 LT. Great car.
Anyone care to comment?
You got terminated for COVID-19? No one ever has been terminated for COVID.
 

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Trifecta sells tuning to turn it off.
 

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I just joined this forum to ask about something I have encountered.
First, I don't care about who questions why I don't like it, that's MY business.
I started in early July, when I got terminated from my job due to Covid 19, to immediately disable auto stop by using the L6 method. I mean religiously, every day. Then, a few weeks ago I thought I would try to just shift to D and see what would happen. Auto Stop seems to be totally disabled. Anyone else have this experience?
I LOVE the Cruze, this is my third one. Lost one in a divorce, lost one in an accident (a hatchback which really hurts) and now a 2016 LT. Great car.
Anyone care to comment?
16 and 17 don't disable till 41* or below.
18 and 19 are set for 14*. No idea why the change.

You can buy a module that plugs in to the hood switch. $140. Diaables it permanently. Or a tune for $350 or $600.

I have the module. Almost 3 years now.
 

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Trifecta sells tuning to turn it off.
Yeah, the weird thing is I know there are '3rd party solutions' but I did not use them. For anyone who was into Windows XP and did not like the 'Shortcut to' appended to the shortcut you could create 6 shortcuts, then remove the 'Shortcut to' and Windows xp would not append it any longer.
I was thinking that if someone spent 6 months overriding it maybe the Cruze computer would get the message (be programmed) that the driver does not see the value in the auto-stop feature and permanently disable the AS/S programmatically.
 

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16 and 17 don't disable till 41* or below.
18 and 19 are set for 14*. No idea why the change.

You can buy a module that plugs in to the hood switch. $140. Diasbles it permanently. Or a tune for $350 or $600.

I have the module. Almost 3 years now.
(16 and 17 don't disable till 41* or below.
18 and 19 are set for 14*. No idea why the change.) This is not clear to me as to what this means, will do some Google, thanks. I'm assuming it has something to do with diagnostic codes. Sorry, not a mechanic.
Doesn't seem like anything is wrong with the tranny, shifts just fine. I do a lot of driving in rural eastern Ohio and you really need the access to the downshifting ability due to the very hilly terrain.
It's like I wished that the AS/S was not there then the Cruze gods decided to grant my wish.
 

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(16 and 17 don't disable till 41* or below.
18 and 19 are set for 14*. No idea why the change.) This is not clear to me as to what this means, will do some Google, thanks. I'm assuming it has something to do with diagnostic codes. Sorry, not a mechanic.
Doesn't seem like anything is wrong with the tranny, shifts just fine. I do a lot of driving in rural eastern Ohio and you really need the access to the downshifting ability due to the very hilly terrain.
It's like I wished that the AS/S was not there then the Cruze gods decided to grant my wish.
It means auto stop only works above those outside temps. Up to 110* then it disables.

I couldn't stand an auto stop shutting down above 14*. I like my heat.
 
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