I have a 2014 Chevy Cruze Lt 1.4L and the outside temperature sensor is bad. I need to replace it but the dealership wants $205 for a diagnostic just to decide whether or not they will replace the sensor for me. I have already purchased the sensor for $8. I have only had the vehicle for a 2 years and have only put 11,500 miles on it since I bought it used. There are only 32,000 miles on this vehicle but the original warranty is expired and I have been told that the 5yr/100K warranty does not apply for this repair. Considering the continuous problems with this part I find it completely ridiculous that Chevy hasn't recalled this and repaired since it is such an inexpensive part. The expense comes in trying to replace that part, for which the dealership could do relatively simply. I emplore Chevy to contact me and advise either instructions on how to repair this issue, or have the local dealership perform the repair without the diagnostic. This really gives Chevy a bad name and I have been a Chevy owner for over 20 years. :-(
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Posted 17 September 2017 - 04:13 PM
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Posted 22 September 2017 - 11:05 AM
How hard is this part to get to? I have never changed one on a Cruze.
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