My daughter has a owned a 2015 Cruze LTZ for 5 years and it now has about 88,000 miles on it. Over the past 3 months it has developed an electrical burning smell (like an electrical wire is getting WAY too hot) in the cabin AFTER you've been driving 60 MPH+ for more than 5-10 min and then come to a complete stop. The smell only occurs after you follow this specific pattern, which we do a lot because we live outside of town just off the interstate. There's no smoke, no warning lights, no indications of anything wrong, just the smell which only lasts about 5 min. The problem is easily reproduceable and several people have smelled it, so I'm pretty confident it's not just her or my imagination. It's starting to worry me because it seems to be getting worse. I have taken the dash and center console panels out of the car and searched for a scorched wire or connector and I can't find anything.
So, has anyone else ran into this problem or have any ideas on what to try next? I'm at my wits end, and could really use some guidance. Thanks in advance.