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Holden Cruze Repair Manual 2008-2016

Holden Cruze Repair Manual 2008-2016

Holden Cruze
Chevrolet Cruze
J300 Platform
First Generation


1.4 L LUV I4 (t/c gasoline)
1.8 L LUW I4 (gasoline)
1.8 L LWE I4 (gasoline)
2.0 L VCDi (GM) I4 (t/c diesel)

Automatic 6T30
Automatic 6T40
Manual M32


In 2008, GM presented the Cruze minimal vehicle, conveying the “J300” inner designation.[13] This J300 emphasis fills in as a substitution for the Chevrolet Cobalt, Daewoo Lacetti and Holden Astra—every single disconnected vehicle. GM eliminated creation of the Cobalt and its identification built partner, the Pontiac G5 in 2010, only before the assembling of the Chevrolet Cruze was to begin. The principal renderings of the Cruze were uncovered by GM at a question and answer session on July 15, 2008,[14] with the primary authority pictures delivered on August 21, 2008.[15]

Cruze creation destinations incorporate Gunsan, Jeonbuk, South Korea;[16] Saint Petersburg, Russia;[17] Shenyang, China;[18] and Halol, India;[19] Hanoi, Vietnam since April 2010 in complete wreck (CKD) form,[20][21] Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan from May 2010;[22] Rayong, Thailand after December 2010,[23] and São Caetano do Sul, Brazil from 2011.[24] Holden’s limited hatchback rendition of the Cruze worked at the Elizabeth, South Australia industrial facility from late 2011 joined the Cruze made there since March 2011.[16] GM in the United States has overhauled the current plant in Lordstown, Ohio to fabricate the Cruze, contributing more than US$350 million.[25] At the service of the beginning of creation of Cruze at Ohio, Mark Reuss, the leader of GM’s North American activities stated, “This is everything for us”. It is portrayed as GM’s most noteworthy new vehicle presentation into North America since the Chapter 11 redesign in 2009, and is GM’s most recent endeavor to manufacture a little size vehicle that North American customers would “purchase since they like it – not just on the grounds that it is cheap”.[26]