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So I let my wife drive my 14 Cruze diesel two days ago and the check engine light came on. I used my code reader and got P11D7. I let my car sit yesterday and when I tried to drive it in the evening the second code came up. The display read "poor diesel exhaust fluid" and I also noticed my side mirror indicators no longer work. Is this related?
I got my car from CarMax without the warranty because it wasn't in the monthly payment budget. How can I resolve the issues that randomly decided to pop up?
 

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So I let my wife drive my 14 Cruze diesel two days ago and the check engine light came on. I used my code reader and got P11D7. I let my car sit yesterday and when I tried to drive it in the evening the second code came up. The display read "poor diesel exhaust fluid" and I also noticed my side mirror indicators no longer work. Is this related?
I got my car from CarMax without the warranty because it wasn't in the monthly payment budget. How can I resolve the issues that randomly decided to pop up?



Possible causes for P11D7:


Faulty Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Sensor
Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Sensor harness is open or shorted
Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Sensor circuit poor electrical connection

As for the P22EE:

In a GM OBD-II listing, I found a reference to a particular AFS control circuit being low and a note saying the injector has a short to ground or is open. I do not think it is valid for the Cruze though.
 
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