Driving a Chevrolet Cruze? Check your coolant levels because it appears that there may be a problem. Forums are popping up discussing the issue and we recently opened a claim where the car has been in the shop for over six weeks for a coolant leak because parts are unavailable. In another situation, a consumer is complaining of coolant leaking into the car.
If you smell coolant or see a puddle under your Chevrolet Cruze, it is essential that you get to a General Motors authorized dealership as soon as possible to have the issue diagnosed and fixed. Make sure that after your car is repaired, you receive a detailed invoice which outlines the problem, the fix, the mileage and the days out of service. If a part is on back order or the problem continues to occur, you should look into your rights under State Lemon Laws and Federal Warranty Law. You could be looking at a complete repurchase or a new vehicle and legal help is completely free.
For more information on your rights under the Lemon Law if you are dealing with a Chevrolet Cruze coolant leak, contact an attorney in your state. You can view a list of Lemon Law attorneys by clicking here.