There is a service bulletin regarding this issue.
That is why they offer a warranty with your purchase. There is not a car brand out there that does not have problems with some models or recalls of some sort. They will fix it and you'll be golden.Thanks CruzeDan for all your help on this matter. I'm very picky about my hard earned money an when I put it out on a new car it should not have this problem. I love the Cruze but this is major in my book it only has 315 miles on the car . Thanks again for all your help
If yours isn't experiencing it I wouldn't mess with it. Its not something all cars will experience.curious if we claim this without seeing the problem we can get this done as preventative measure. im sure here in Florida it will happen soon enough. it wont be the dry season for ever.
that may be so but ill be moving up north in the next year to year and a half. would be good to get it done now and prevent water entrance vs later trying to remedy it. wet carpet in Florida? open windows and 2 hours dry... wet carpets up north... good luckIf yours isn't experiencing it I wouldn't mess with it. Its not something all cars will experience.
Find a different dealership ASAP. The one your trying to work with is worse than clueless. Between the pictures and the bulletin they should have just applied the fix recommended in the bulletin and billed GM for a warranty repair. The fact that they didn't, even after GM called them, tells me all I need to know about their business practices.They could not find a leak but had pics to prove it. Showed the Chevy bulletin an acted clueless about it said if it does it again let them know .