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Chevrolet Cruze Coolant Smell Issue Continues

May 29, 2013 By: Admin Category: Car Lemon Law, chevrolet cruze, Coolant and Oil Problems, TV interview 1 Comment →

In the year since we first reported on the Chevrolet Cruze coolant smell problem, we have opened numerous claims from folks who have complained about the issue repeatedly to no avail.  Below is a recent story on the problem from Pittsburgh.  In another story which aired on WSB TV in Atlanta ,  a reporter rented a Cruze and brought it to our office.  Within minutes, we were able to illustrate how the coolant was leaking into the cabin, causing a sweet-smelling a vapor to permeate throughout the vehicle.

If you are smelling a sweet smelling, antifreeze type smell in your Chevrolet Cruze, you need to bring the matter to a Chevrolet authorized dealership.  This is not a matter that should be taken lightly.  If you continue to have the issue despite repeated repair attempts, look into your rights under State Lemon Laws and Federal Warranty Laws. You could be entitled to completely free legal representation. You can find a Lemon Law Lawyer in your state by clicking here.

Defect Alert – Chevrolet Cruze Coolant Leak

March 16, 2012 By: LemonLaw Category: antifreeze smell, Car Lemon Law, chevrolet cruze, Coolant and Oil Problems 88 Comments →

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.

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