Holden Cruze JG / JH Repair Manuals & Service Manuals

Model Years: 2008 to 2016
Chassis Code(s): JG / JH

The Chevrolet Cruze is a compact car that has been made by the Chevrolet division of General Motors ... View More Info

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Holden Cruze

Holden Cruze Factory Service Repair Manual

Factory service manual / repair manual for the Holden Cruze, chassis codes JG / JH, built between 2008 and 2016. This manual covers all aspects of vehicle repair and maintenance, along with rebuild guides for engine, gearbox, axles, suspension, steering, brakes, interior components, exterior components, electrical systems and wiring diagrams.


Holden Cruze Vehicle Information

The Chevrolet Cruze is a compact car that has been made by the Chevrolet division of General Motors since 2008. The nameplate has been used previously in Japan, for a version of a subcompact hatchback car produced under a joint venture with Suzuki from 2001 to 2007, and was based on the Suzuki Ignis.

Since 2009, the Cruze nameplate has designated a globally developed, designed, and manufactured four-door compact sedan—complemented by a five-door hatchback body variant (in 2010 it also replaced the Chevrolet Cobalt) from 2011, and a station wagon in 2012. The Cruze was actually released earlier in 2008 to the South Korean market under the name Daewoo Lacetti Premiere until the phasing out of the Daewoo brand in favor of Chevrolet in 2011. In Australia, the model has been on sale since 2009 as the Holden Cruze. This new generation Cruze does not serve as a replacement for the Suzuki-derived Japanese market predecessor. Instead, it replaces three other compact models: the Chevrolet Optra sold internationally under various names (such as the Suzuki Forenza in North America, Chevrolet Optra in Latin America, Chevrolet/Daewoo Lacetti in Europe and Asia), the Chevrolet Cobalt, sold exclusively in North America, and the Opel-sourced, Australia-market Holden Cruze (later returning in 2012 briefly as an Opel until the next year, and again in 2015 as a Holden).

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