About a week ago I started having intermittent issues with my 2013 1.4L turbo Chevrolet Cruze Eco where it would suddenly lose power and the message Service Stabilitrak appeared in the console. In this video I will walk you through the entire process I took to find the cause of the issue and SPOILER, it was resolved. I hope you find this video informative and it helps you as well!
Your codes may not be the same as mine as there can be many reasons for the stabilitrak message to appear. After you diagnose your vehicle, use the codes you get to start researching the possible causes. Good luck!
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