if they are checking inventory It's most likely a run of cars during manufacturing that have issues and to be repaired before delivery.How much leakage are we talking about? Drips, pours? Did they used a different manufacturer for the rear seals of the 12s? Are the dealers fixing this problem?
Agreed. This doesn't make sense. I've never heard of this, even from engineering.Hmm, why not the manual cars? Or are there too few samples roaming around to make sure?
My 2012 1.4 auto Cruze w/ 20,000 just started leaking engine oil. I found about 20 drops in the garage. I tried to find the leak. Does not look like anything from the top end. Everything dry up there, oil filter cap, valve covers, etc. Pretty wet and dripping by the rear of the engine and transmission. Is that what was going on with your Cruze?Dropped my 2012 cruze (auto trans.) of at the dealer for rear main seal leaking and micro switch for the PB booster vacuum pump recall. I guess Chevy never recalled the rear main seal but they are willing to fix it without hesitation..
I hope they replace that pesky bottom of the window molding that keep lifting off the door.
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