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fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
17,580 miles

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 142014


  • 80 miles


I have three issues for my Camaro 2010. First and most important is the the timing chain, the chain moved and activated the cam sensors. The cost to change it is princely. Second, the air bag light on the passenger is on. Took it to the dealer and paid and still they couldn't find the issue so they wanted more money. Third, three of the tire sensors when on and dealer wants more money. The car runs with poor performance so I stop using it.

- Lake Elsinore, CA, USA

problem #3

May 172013

Camaro 8-cyl

  • 63,900 miles
I have had my car for 1 year. When I get to 55mph the steering wheel shake so bad, it's unbearable. This have been going on since I bought the car. I took it back to the dealership and they said it was the alignment. They aligned for me. Well it ran pretty good for a couple of days and then it started back shaking. I also have a problem with the rotors or brakes or something to that nature. It sounds like a 18 wheeler when I stop. The rotors or something make some kind of wobbling noise when I drive. I turn the radio down quite often so I can hear if anything is coming off from the brakes. I'm not paranoid, because passengers in the car ask me all the time, "what's that noise". for me to have a decent car like the Camaro, I don't understand. Can you please run a thorough check on the tires, rotors, brakes on these cars. Also check the trunk too, because sometime my trunk won't open with the key nor by pushing the button on the inside of the car. I am concerned because I purchased a car over $30K and I'm not getting any enjoyment out of it. I'm scared to drive too far because the rotors or something may come off. Help please.

- Memphis, TN, USA

problem #2

Sep 012010

Camaro 6-cyl

  • 1,341 miles
I have a 2010 Chevy Camaro rs 2 lt. I am experiencing an issue with front ps wheel "washboarding" ;feels like driving with a flat tire. Dealership replaced front tires, still have problem; they pretty much washed their hands of this issue, said they can't find anything... it only does this in the morning when starting out, when I drive vehicle later in the day it drives fine, but I now have a metal on metal sound coming from that wheel so its progressively getting worse. I love the vehicle, but am increasingly frustrated with this situation and lack of concern with dealer. I don't live in a cold climate, just the opposite, so tire flatspotting isn't a consideration times, the car also seems difficult to control as if its riding in a road rut and being "pulled" to one side or another. Am concerned about safety until its finally resolved; don't want to have my grandchildren in vehicle either..... issue still unresolved......

- Port Richey, FL, USA

problem #1

Dec 122010


  • 5,000 miles
The 2010 Camaro rs package only comes with pirelli P-zero tires, (P245/45/ZR20 in front, P275/40/ZR20 in rear). These are "summer only" tires. Neither GM nor the dealership explained this at the time of purchase. It was also not included in any of the paperwork describing the vehicle or in the owner's manual. The vehicle was purchased in northern Illinois, where winter driving conditions are a given. I only became aware of this after the first significant snowfall, when the vehicle became extremely difficult to control. It skids during even at low acceleration and during gentle braking. When the dealership was contacted, they said there was nothing they or GM could do regarding the situation. They are selling these vehicles with "standard equipment" that is certain to make them unsafe to drive for a significant portion of the year in many parts of the country. They are giving the buyer no warning of this. This is unethical at best and could lead to serious injury and property damage.

- Cicero, IL, USA

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