About Chevrolet Camaro
Chevrolet Camaro is a pony car or a muscle car manufactured by General Motors since 1967. It was designed to compete with Ford Mustang. Up to now, it has been produced through six generations and the first Chevrolet Camaro was introduced in 1966 for the 1967 model year. As a car with nearly 60-year history, it has made some achievements and in 2010, it was named the World Car Design of the Year at the World Car of the Year Awards.
The fifth generation Chevrolet Camaro (2010-2015) went on sale in 2009 as a 2010 model year car, it offered LS and LT trim levels powered by 3.6 L 312 hp V6 engine with 6-speed automatic and 6-speed manual transmission; SS trim level powered by 6.2 L 426 hp LS3 V8 engine with 6-speed manual transmission and 6.2 L 400 hp L99 V8 engine with 6-speed automatic transmission; ZL1 trim powered by 6.2 L 580 hp LSA V8 engine. In 2015, the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was named "Car of the Year" by Motor Trend Magazine. At the same year, the sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro (2016-present) was introduced at Belle Isle Park in Detroit. It offered LT model powered by 2.0 L 275 hp turbo-charged inline 4-cyliner and 3.6 L 335 hp V6 engine and SS model powered by 6.2 L 455 hp LT1 V8 engine and ZT1 model powered by 6.2 L 640 hp LT4 V8 engine. Main vehicle types are convertible and coupe.
Chevrolet Camaro Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Though Chevrolet Camaro is an excellent car, people still found some problems with it while in use. Among those problems, here are two most common:
First, engine problems. Some Chevrolet Camaro owners said that their engine often overheated or misfired, sometimes, they can find the coolant leaking. And when they accelerated the Chevrolet Camaro, an obvious decrease in power would happen, which may also resulted in the poor fuel economy. According to their repair experience, they have found that the intake manifold gasket went wrong. If you also meet above symptoms, you should get a professional check if you have bad fuel pump or spark plug, which can also cause engine problems.
Second, noise and increased oil consumption. This problem shows as ticking or clanking noise from the cylinder head and dirty oil or increased oil consumption, which may be cause by a broken rocker arm or rod bearing. Do not miss checking fuel pump and spark plug, which may be also the culprits of increased oil consumption.
In addition, you should never replace auto parts until they are out of order completely. Some easy-to-wear auto parts such as windshield wiper or wiper blade or seal belt should be replaced before they go bad.
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