It didn’t take too long for Chevy’s new pony car to show its faults. The first batch of Chevrolet Camaro SS models have been recalled only a few weeks after the bowtie sports car officially went on sale. Apparently the recall has been traced back to an issue with the battery cable.

After the first Camaro owners reported the problem, General Motors decided to enact a voluntary recall in order to fix the problem. Fortunately, it only takes about 30 minutes to fix.

If only Porsche was so good when they came out with the troubled original Cayenne, another great reason to buy American!


Source: Jalopnik

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BMWM6  (488) posted on 05.7.2009

exactly back in 2005 when I bought my chevy avalanche the cladding on the side would start to fade and I was not the only person I spoke to the dealership and they sprayed something on and then next week it started to fade again

BMWM6  (1024) posted on 05.7.2009

Now that GM is in trouble, the quick recall is hilarious. Back when their cars had real problems, GM chose to deny it.

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