Paid for a repair that obviously wasn't the problem because my coolant is STILL leaking. Since the water pump was under recall my problem was conveniently the water pump outlet, NOT the water pump. The water pump outlet was going to be almost $500 plus the $65 I was charged just to be told what the problem was. After I informed them I had a warranty thru my auto loan the price to the warranty company was under $400 and I still ended up paying over $50 "for coolant". Shouldn't that be included if you're replacing a part that causes the coolant to leak out when you take it off?? When I called to talk to them about it and asked why it was already leaking coolant at around 50,000 miles I was told that it's common for a Cruze to leak, it's a known problem and that he had a customer that had a brand new one leak when it had less than 2,000 miles on it. If it's that common someone should mention that BEFORE you buy the car! Today I go for an oil change and at the pre-service inspection it was pointed out that my coolant was low, like below the LOW line on the reservoir (obviously still leaking!) but the low coolant light hasn't come on since the water pump outlet was replaced (IF it was even replaced). While I was paying after the oil change was done today I asked if the coolant was topped off (since that's SUPPOSED to be part of the 27 point inspection). I was told they "probably" topped it off...of course, I get home and check and it's still where it was at the pre-service inspection! Now, after I paid $57 for a service that is supposed to include topping off vital fluids, I have to go buy a gallon of coolant/antifreeze so that my car doesn't start overheating or the engine block freeze. I had to tell them not to put windshield washer fluid in because what they put in last winter froze and I couldn't use it to get all the salt off my windshield. I had to stop at gas stations and wash my windshield so I could see to drive until it thawed out enough for me to get something in there that wouldn't freeze. Instead of offering to make it right and/or make sure they put something in that doesn't freeze he just wrote on the work order to not fill the washer fluid, which is fine but they could have at least apologized or offered a remedy. I have a feeling that's the reason they didn't bother doing the other part of their job and fill the coolant....did my oil even get changed??? I will be getting my car serviced somewhere else from now on!