I have a 2012 chevy cruze LT. While driving the car would start to jerk then stalled.Tryed to start but would not start then an hour later it would start but would stall again. car keep stalling out then check light came on and O2 sensor down stream came up on emission test. I replaced the sensor but car engine will turn over but will not start now.

Asked by llindq1286 Aug 03, 2016 at 04:56 PM about the 2012 Chevrolet Cruze 2LT Sedan FWD

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Disconnect O2 sensors and try to start it,f it runs, u may have a plugged catalytic converter

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