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there seems to be a "dead" spot in the center of the steering range. and i am without my vehicle for 3 weeks. Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. we purchased the cruze because it was economical on gas and look i have a frustrated teen that is starting college in less that a month and cannot drive his brand new car.
they advised that still had no instructions from gm.
knock. Obviously it's not hot, help? then you put a little more input in the wheel and the car appears to catch up to the command giving it minor swerving feeling.
please tell me what i can do to feel better. Its not a wild fluctuation, but if it is out of the norm, I would check it out. this is a disgrace to our country. next one of the data records says the event took place on 7/5/2013. the dealership examined my car and came up with the bellowing results: brakes feel normal for vehicle. what am i my supposed to do trade in the car for what? felt almost like a notch in a ratchet. Reported in: CEDAR BLUFF VA || Crash: N || VIN #: 1G1PC5SB8E7. car until after I had my oil changed. Asked by GuruBRS5Z Jan 15, 2019 at 06:10 PM about the 2014 Chevrolet Cruze. i know it is not the dealers fault , it is the gmc manufacturing company.
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i really hope that all of us being affected by these get some incentive to keep our cars and to help us to ease our frustration. I don't have the full schematic and circuit description for this vehicle but Id guess you have a bad temp sensor or shorted the two wires in it. while driving at hwy speeds the steering will appear to stick or not respond.
i have not gotten recalls letters yet!
the contact stated that while at a stop and releasing the brakes, the vehicle was hesitant to respond and failed to accelerate. i am waiting for their response. tl* the contact owns a 2014 chevrolet cruze. I'm looking at adding a temperature gauge if the one on the dash cannot do any better. the contact sustained contusions and lacerations to the head.
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the only time we have driven the vehicle since that episode, was to take it over to the dealership. what would have happened if i had never taken it in for maintance?!
on april 11, 2014, i took it in for a routine maintence task.i was told that they had to check for a defective right axle.
If it's the water pump it's covered for 10 years /150,000 miles. disappeared. tl* the contact owns a 2014 chevrolet cruze.
i found rust on the welds of the muffler, rust on the hanger rods for the muffler, rust on nuts and bolts throughout the under carriage, rust on metal parts of the drive shaft, rust on the back tire trims, rust on the engine block, rust on the suspension, rust on the shocks, and the list goes on, on the many more parts of the under carriage.
not just rust but corrosive rusting, that just didn't start over the last three weeks. it is scary. the force of the impact caused the contact�s head to go through the windshield and the air bags failed to deploy.
i called gmc asked to talk to a supervisor and waited and waited and they wasted my time because no one wants to hear a mother complaining about her child's safety.
I'm already looking at about $500 worth of work and still a broken car, now he's saying it's got to be a blown head gasket.
when releasing the brake this car would leap forward in an unsafe manner. Rather, the hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements such as lemonlaw.org.
they kept saying that they had trouble knowing what exactly was going on with my car.
after we hung up, and i was waiting, i tried the ignition key again, and the key turned and unlocked the electric steering lock.
it has been sitting on the dealership lot waiting on a replacement part, which is not available now and no time-frame for a replacement is known by gm or the dealership. the air bags did not deploy. The radiator sensor was only $13.00 from O'Riley's. i called on star and asked them to run a test on the car to see what was wrong with it. a report was prepared and ultimately it was stated that the car was experiencing a roll over event. by the way the above incident occurred when the car was normal operating temperature.
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Reported in: READING PA || Crash: N || VIN #: 1G1PC5SB5E7. the vehicle was towed to the dealer where the contact was awaiting repairs. one major error discovered on the report was that the sensor said it was a small adult sitting in the passenger seat.
also, upon looking at the initial work order for the half shaft repair that was done in november, it appears as though they dated it for the date of purchase, which would've been impossible because it was a sunday and they had no service employees present. This mechanic is not being honest. i traced my toyota corolla 2010, and it had cruise control!
if i only knew the total lack of respect for human life that the gm executives had i would have never leased a chevy.