Welcome - and what amateur hour at your dealership.
You buy it in the GTA?
You buy it in the GTA?
reads OK until 35% left then counts down numerically...at like ~10% or something you start getting warnings....at 35% it will accept the 2.5 gallon jug of DEFFirst question is how do you know how much DEF you actually have? The display tells me "DEF OK" but no actual quantity. I want to make sure that it is at least filled on delivery.
there are no warnings on the car for any of this, youll need an aftermarket scantool for this, scangauge2 is popular on this site, i just use iphone app and BT/WIFI obd2 dongleFirHow do you know how full the particulate filter is, and when a regen is about to happen.
Ended up finding a great deal in a demo 2015 with a few options I didn't have. Also, at 48,000 km my 14 was in the shop for 32 days. Shop broke a glow plug off in cylinder head, resulting in a completely new top end. With my GMPP about to expire, I was leery about longevity due to extensive work that was done.curious as to why your changing, your 14 is just broke in.
Someone in the tuning field really needs to figure out how to activate this light for us here in the States. It's on the cluster.My CTD will be 4 in August and it has been a great car. I don't have the regen problems you seem to have because I have a light that warns me when I need to keep driving. Also there is no DEF in my Holden Cruze which reduces my issues with faulty sensors.
thank you Boraz, I am in Innisfil near Barrie. I purchased the car from Paul Saddlon Motors in Barrie. The salesman was new, and I have purchased many new cars and told them that I did not need a 3 hr delivery. The car was obviously was not pd'ed at all. The reason the second key did not fit was it was not a key for my car, nor the manual. I will take half the blame for a poor delivery, but I have to agree it was a gong show. The dealer obviously wanted the car out the door for months end.
@diesel , he won't know it's in pre-regen unless he has a SnanGauge 2 or other app. That's the problem here. GMs DIC could show it, they just chose not toWelcome to the forum and congrats on your Cruze diesel! I had an awful experience with the selling dealer but that was quickly forgotten because the car has been amazing. Boraz answered your specific questions, but I wanted to add something based on my experience.
As a foot note, I spoke to the general sales manager and had a frank and refreshing conversation. He asked to have the car back, gave me a 2015 buick Lacrosse as a loaner, tossed me 20 for gas, paid for the first fill, and gave me a rather generous gas card for my troubles. In the end, the dealership made things right, and that makes me happy.