Chevrolet Cruze Diesel Check Engine Light Issue Lights Up The Message Boards
Chevrolet Cruze Diesel owners are lighting up the message boards with their frustration surrounding constant check engine lights coming on in their vehicle. And it appears that even when the dealer thinks they can identify and fix the problem, the check engine light is coming right back on.
A check engine light is especially dangerous because it can be attributed to a number of different issues. It is not a symptom that can be ignored. If you are dealing with Chevrolet Cruze diesel check engine light, it is essential that you contact an authorized General Motors dealership to have the light cleared and the issue assessed and solved. If you continue to drive around with a check engine light on, you could risk serious damage to your vehicle.
Based on the Chevrolet Cruze diesel check engine lights claims we have successfully handled thus far, it does not appear that General Motors has a definitive fix for the issue. Therefore, each and every time you are back to the dealer to have the check engine light addressed, you must make sure you receive a repair invoice which outlines mileage in, mileage out, days out of service, problem, cause, and solution. Keep these repair invoices in a safe place.
Once you have been back to the dealer repeated times to address the Chevrolet Cruze diesel check engine light, normally three or more, you may be entitled to remedy under State Lemon Laws or Federal Warranty Statutes. Potential outcomes could include a complete repurchase, a replacement vehicle, or significant monetary compensation to reflect the diminished value of the vehicle as a result of the problem (even if the car is eventually fixed). Under these Laws, legal representation is completely cost-free to you, with the manufacturer paying all attorney fees on top of what you receive if you prevail. And if for some reason you do not prevail, there is still no cost.
If you are dealing with a repetitive Chevrolet Cruze Diesel check engine light, free free to contact us to discuss your situation and if and how we may be able to help.
If you live in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, or Ohio, feel free to call us at 1-800-LEMON LAW (1-800-536-6652), and we’ll be happy to answer your questions, address your concerns, and – if applicable – file a claim on your behalf. If we are able to help, there is no cost to you at any time!