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3.2

definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
41,664 miles

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2013 Chevrolet Camaro fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2013 Chevrolet Camaro Owner Comments

problem #3

Apr 162016

Camaro

  • 91,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

This has been an ongoing issue since 41,000 miles. (Feb 2015) after driving a few miles in a day, you can feel a change in the vehicle drive and the rpms reduce to under "2" and then down to "1", the car then displays the "!" "reduced engine power" warning. 3 emergency lights come on and the check engine light comes on. When safe, I pull over and turn the emergency lights on, turn the car off, wait a few minutes and then restart the car. For a few seconds the "stabiltrak" warning light comes on. The car then drives sluggish and will not go over a 40 to 60 miles speed. This continues to go on every 3 to 5 miles. We have been taking the car to dealer and they have replaced a connector, wiring harness and a ECM module. After a few miles of driving the same situation occurs. This last time when I safely pulled over to a side street and turned on the emergency flashers in the early morning hours a car almost rear-ended my vehicle. The reduced speed while driving on the freeway is causing a frightening driving experience because other drivers do not realize that my car is experiencing engine reduced speeds that I have no control of and I cannot exit the freeway until an exit ramp is available. I do not feel safe pulling off to the side of the freeway due to the re-entering onto the freeway with disrespectful drivers who cause life threatening issues. Researching the issue on line it seems there are too many with the same issues. I did read that the onstar system may be causing the conflict"?" this issue has become very time consuming and expensive with the missing of work. How do we get this corrected. It started at 41,000 miles and we now have 91,000 miles. We do have a premium extended warranty to 125,000 miles. The warranty company said that General Motors should / must correct this issue and it is a known issue.

- Hemet, CA, USA

problem #2

Nov 262015

Camaro

  • 29,127 miles
On two occasions less than a week apart the vehicle engine, while in motion at highway speed (70 mph) after approximately ten hours of operation, stopped running. The vehicle service engine soon light came on and the cars automatic transmission downshifted. The car was guided to the shoulder of the highway on both occasions. A restart was attempted while on the shoulder. The engine would turn over but would not run. Roadside assistance was requested and a tow was performed to the nearest dealer. The dealer in the first instance stated that the error code was for the fuel pump. The pump was ordered but before arriving, the dealer discovered frayed wire and made unspecified repairs. In the second instance, the code was gone when the dealer scanned the system. No repairs were made.

- Noblesville, IN, USA

problem #1

Feb 252013

Camaro

  • 4,866 miles
2013 Camaro ls fuel injectors pose a chance at being defective, after buying the car and noticing two of the injectors having already been replaced, I am now less then a month of owning the car. The car is currently having its fourth fuel injector replaced, this may cause harm to the vehicle if it does not do what it is designed to do. The car is suppose to put its self in "limp" mode reducing power and the chance of harming the engine, it will also display a service stabilitrak message. Service departments are required to only replace the bad injectors however if you contact corporate GM they will work with you to replace the remaining injectors if the problem consists as did mine. There are no preemptive signs of the injectors going bad. Overall satisfied with the service provided.

- Hurlburt Field, FL, USA

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