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2012 Cruze Stabilitrak

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#1 OFFLINE   EmZee


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Posted 05 June 2018 - 02:19 PM

Posted 03 June 2018 - 05:20 PM



Last week, my 2012 Cruze started flashing a signal that says: check Stabilitrak and the radio has been cutting out at the same time.  Yesterday, I think that the car even stalled out, when the Stabilitrak light lit up. The Cruze is used. I bought it in August 2017. It has 60,000 miles.


I checked the negative battery cable and I can't quite tell if it is OK. 


Apparently, the battery was purchased at Walmart. Walmart maintenance doesn't appear on the Carfax report, though.


Attached is a photo of the battery cable and the CARFAX report.





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#2 OFFLINE   grs1961


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Posted 06 June 2018 - 08:20 AM

Take it to a dealer and find out if the negative battery cable has been replaced, and see about replacing it again.


It's not the sort of problem that can be seen easily, it's that inside where the cable is clamped into the bit that connects to the battery is just not right.


Search the site for information about the cable, it's not a recall, you have to ask the dealer to apply it.


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