Chevy Loose Ground Connection Causes Several Issues

Sept. 13, 2023
When servicing a 2016 Chevy Cruze that has issues such as a no-start, stalling, non-working A/C and/or incorrect transmission shifting, this condition may be caused by a loose ground connection at G114.

When servicing a 2016 Chevy Cruze that has issues such as a no-start, stalling, non-working A/C and/or incorrect transmission shifting, this condition may be caused by a loose ground connection at G114.

Inspect the G114 ground connection and all other grounds on the engine and in the engine compartment and repair as needed. The G114 connection is located in the engine compartment left side (driver side), forward of the battery.

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