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