The check engine light for my 2011 Cruze 1.4 came on last summer and the mechanic said it was a "false code" and reset it. The light didn't come on for six months and then it came on again one day while driving. The mechanic said it was a code for the turbo emissions and he cleaned the emissions system. The light came on again a few weeks later, same code. He reset it again but the light came on again after 150 miles. The mechanic indicated in a prior visit that if the cleaning didn't work the turbo would have to be replaced. There is no indication of a problem with the engine or turbo while driving other than the check engine light.
I assume the warranty wouldn't cover this as the car is over 5 years old, unless there was an extension that I'm not aware of. Anyone know if there is extended coverage for a turbo problem? Also, it sounds like an expensive repair to replace the turbo. Anyone know the cost? Thanks for any information.