I have a 2011 Cruze LS with 53k miles on it and up until yesterday hadn't had many complaints about it, with the exception of the number of recalls. Although the fan has been quite loud for a while now, every shop I take it into says they can't find anything wrong and that I shouldn't worry about it because the engine light isn't on. Well, yesterday I was driving on the beltway when my engine light pops on and all of the sudden the car loses acceleration while the rpms rev into the 5000 range, I went from 65 to 20 without the ability to accelerate to move over to the shoulder. It was pretty scary to be honest. I make it over to the shoulder and turn my car off, let it sit for a few minutes, and turn it back on. While I still didn't have normal acceleration, I was able to hobble the car back home in the right lane, with my flashers on, but the car never made it above 45mph and the rpms kept jumping all around. I actually went through 1/8 of a tank of gas on a 10 mile drive. I am planning on taking the car in first thing tomorrow to a dealership in hopes that whatever it is will be covered under the drivetrain warranty *fingers crossed*, although I'm not holding my breath. Any ideas as to what would cause the car to lose power and acceleration like that so suddenly? Thanks in advance!