Based on your description above I would take it in. Sounds like you may have a dead sensor in one of the wheels. As Rob stated the location on the dash may not be correct if a relearn wasn’t done at the last tire rotation.Thanks Rob, so should I get a relearn device off Amazon and do it myself or take it to a tire shop and have it done?
2011 did. I don't think anything after that would. You had to use the tool.On my older Cobalt you can put the car in learning mode and then change the air pressure in each tire in the correct order going around the car (either airing up or letting air out) until the sensor sees the change and reports to the receiver module, which then recognizes where the sensor is at, horn beeps and you move on to the next wheel and repeat.
Someone else can chime in as I'm not sure if the first gen Cruze still supports that