Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Steering Angle Sensor Calibration Warning
Warning: For vehicles with electric power steering (EPS) and without a vehicle stability enhancement program, the steering angle sensor MUST always be calibrated after the battery has been disconnected. Failure to calibrate the steering angle sensor could limit the operation of the EPS system and result in personal injury.
To ensure proper calibration of the EPS system, do the following:
- The engine should be o 1. n with the vehicle stationary.
- Turn the steering wheel counterclockwise until it stops.
- Turn the steering wheel clockwise until it stops.
Window Retention Warning
Warning:When replacing stationary windows, only use a single component adhesive kit, or an adhesive system meeting GM Specifications, to maintain original installation integrity. Failure to use the single component adhesive kit will result in poor retention of the window which may allow unrestrained occupants to be ejected from the vehicle resulting in personal injury.
Work Stall Test WarningWarning: One or more of the following guidelines may apply when performing specific required tests in the work stall: When a test requires spinning the drive wheels with the vehicle jacked up, ad ...
Tire Pressure Monitor Operation
This vehicle may have a Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS). The TPMS is designed to warn the driver when a low tire pressure condition exists. TPMS sensors are mounted onto each tire and wheel assembly, excluding the spare tire and wheel assembly. The TPMS sensors monitor the air pressure in t ...
Ignition Positions (Key Access)
The ignition switch has four different positions. Notice: Using a tool to force the key to turn in the ignition could cause damage to the switch or break the key. Use the correct key, make sure it is all the way in, and turn it only with your hand. If the key cannot be turned by hand, see yo ...
Recreational Vehicle Towing
Recreational vehicle towing refers to towing the vehicle behind another vehicle – such as behind a motor home. The two most common types of recreational vehicle towing are known as dinghy towing and dolly towing. Dinghy towing is towing the vehicle with all four wheels on the ground.