Loose wire going to the radio would be my first guess. Also possibly a bad head unit.
http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/25-s...al-coverage-14311-negative-battery-cable.htmlThere's an extended warranty coverage thing for loose battery cable connections, usually evident in the radio acting funny.
It's a warranty extension for the negative battery cable, 10 years/150,000 miles. Chevy has also issued extensions for the water pump on the 1.4L engines and for the steering rack. Owners of record should be getting letters for all three. Dealers SHOULD know about them.So this will be covered under my regular warranty? It just did it 3 times as i was reading the replies, the stabilitrack message came up this time.
Opps, didn't see that. I don't your dealer, but It wouldn't hurt, since it's electrical.Also, do i need to remove my putco healight harness before i take it in?
Hey Jason,So this will be covered under my regular warranty? It just did it 3 times as i was reading the replies, the stabilitrack message came up this time.
Take the first page of http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/25-s...al-coverage-14311-negative-battery-cable.html in with you. This is SC-14311 and applies to all 2011-2015 Cruze. If you're still concerned PM Chevy Customer Care here and ask them to update your dealership with this information.Did the new cable resolve your issue?
I had the same problem a few days ago and today it happened whilst making a turn and I lost power steering for a few seconds and then intermittently after that. I called onstar but their diagnostics were okay. So they set me up with an immediate appointment (kudos onstar) with the dealership down the street. I told the dealership guy what had happened and he checked the battery terminals for corrosion . While he did that I told him about what I read here and he said there was no such thing -_- so I don't know if they're trained to sat that or if this is the start of a very bad experience.
2013 cruze 2lt 50kmiles