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Old 09-23-2015, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cruze 2.0 Diesel Starts and Stalls

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I am new here and new to Diesels. We had this Cruze for about a year without issue until my wife could not keep her car running Monday AM. She filled up on the way home Friday drove 20 miles home, parked the car for the weekend and found that it will start up run for a second or two and then stall over and over until she killed the battery. I pulled the battery cable for few minutes and replaced it going for a Hail Mary but no luck. My buddy put a scanner on it (showing no MIL's ) and found that the MASS air flow sensor was reading the wrong temp so I replaced it and no luck. I have no security light flashing. I disconnected the O2 sensor no change. I disconnected the Mass Air FLow no change except if I try a few times I can get it to idle but there is no response to the throttle and as soon as I hook up the Mass air flow sensor it stalls again.

One other thing I noticed. When you try the Onstar remote start you can hear the car go thru it sequences: doors lock fuel pump turns on but the starter motor does not get a signal to turn it just stops there at the fuel pump coming on and then you get a fail on the Onstar software. The scanner showed almost 3000 psi fuel pressure at the motor and 25 else where, I assume after the lift pump. That's it any ideas? Sure would appreciate the help. My wife is a traveling nurse and I cannot turn this back over to her unless it's 100% reliable or she will skin me!

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Old 09-23-2015, 06:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You will probably have better luck on the Cruze forum, the link was under this section on the forum page.

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Old 09-24-2015, 08:44 AM   #3 (permalink)
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None of this is funny because a non starting state of the art GM vehicle should just start right but the 3,000 psi made me laugh I know nothing about the Cruze but maybe Fps is bad shutting her down. Good luck.
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Old 09-24-2015, 08:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
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That seemed like FP for the space shuttle.I I wonder what spec pressure should be pressure should be?
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Depends where its read. Like I said I have no clue about the new diesels but I can imagine there is a regulator inline. 3,000 psi you'd have a burst line.
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Depends where its read. Like I said I have no clue about the new diesels but I can imagine there is a regulator inline. 3,000 psi you'd have a burst line.
Fuel rails from the injector pump. Newer diesels out there can approach 40,000 psi. Big warnings about servicing due to pressures escaping.
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Fuel rails from the injector pump. Newer diesels out there can approach 40,000 psi. Big warnings about servicing due to pressures escaping.
Omg caution when servicing fuel system risk of blood poisoning and or death may occur.
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That seemed like FP for the space shuttle.I I wonder what spec pressure should be pressure should be?
I read your thread on Cruze talk. Helpful people there but seems knowledge is limited due to the engines technology and only a few years on the market. I wonder how the gm techs handle them. Hopefully its resolved without burning the bank down.
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Old 09-24-2015, 11:58 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Well guys I conceded defeat its at the dealer now I will let you know how it shakes out
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Well guys I conceded defeat its at the dealer now I will let you know how it shakes out
Copy that. I also doubt it will be water since no light came on.

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