my daughter has a 2014 Cruze with 65000 miles on it. the other day the valve cover gasket went bad and caused the check engine light to come on. She took the car to Chevy and we thought that was covered under the powertrain warranty but it's not. That wasn't a big deal. But after the car was repaired the dealer told us that they broke the plastic around the ignition coils and that we would be charged $180 to replace it. Has anyone ever heard of this or went through this with a Chevy dealer. As of now my daughter paid the extra cost because she needs the car to get back and forth to work but I do plan on contacting GM about this it was bad enough they were charging $300 to change them a gasket but to charge her for a part that they broke is ridiculous.