Just got done looking up under the hood again. It's like oil is seeping from various parts of the valve cover. One part is right behind where the timing cover is below the solenoid for the camshaft advance. In fact a wire loom sits right in front of that and has become brittle as a result of oil getting on it. None of my wire conduit is brittle except there giving evidence that this leak has been occurring longer that what I thought because that stuff isn't going to get brittle just over night. So that's even more pathetic. I'm at 79,000 almost so I'm just gonna go off a whim and say this trash has been leaking since about 50,000 or 60,000 miles. So I have had 4 different fluids leaking at once on this thing. Coolant, refrigerant (a gas if you want to get technical), transmission fluid, and oil. Only once have I had a check engine light for it going into limp mode in the middle of winter because of the throttle sensor, which ironically fixed itself, (that was probably over 20,000 or 30,000 miles ago and it never happened again.) So either this thing is some miracle on wheels or the pcm is just as stupid as the people who designed this car. You'd think with so many issues I'd have a check engine light left and right. What a way to have you thinking nothing is wrong. Good thing I do periodic checks under the hood. Maybe the next Cruze or gm period should start offering emergency kits in the trunks of all their new cars consisting of more than just the spare tire, but a gallon of coolant and a magnifying glass so we can look at every nuk and cranny of the engine for leaks every 3 to 5 days on engines with less that 50,000 miles on them. And be honest and tell us to junk them at 75,000.