I have a 2013 Chevrolet Cruze. Here is what is going on, I have called multiple dealerships....no-one at the dealerships has ever heard of this or even cared to follow back up with me. I can remote start my Cruze all day long, but the key will not start the car at all. The theft system is not interfering, but here is some other interesting information. I can remove the negative battery cable and reinstall after 15 mins or so, and relearn the factory key I have and it will start. If I leave the key in the run position or walk away from the car within a couple minutes the car will restart. If I wait longer than a couple minutes the car will not restart. I will then either have to pull the negative cable and re-attach or leave the key in the on position until I hear a click under the dash and the key will re-learn itself and the car will start with the key. Anytime during this entire process, I can use the remote start feature, so I know that eliminates the starter. I replaced my battery a few months back and these issues sprung up after this. I have also basically lost turn signal function left or right and the car wants to cut in an out now under a load (like a hill or slight acceleration). I have just ordered a negative battery cable to see and pray this is the issue but with my luck it is not. Has anyone heard of this or seen this? Is there something I'm missing or overlooking? I feel like it has to be battery related somehow, but I get no codes, no check lights, nothing like that. I occasionally get a emission code but it hasn't been back for a month now. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.