Hello Camaro fanatics.
I took my 2011 Chevy Camaro LT / RS 3.6 manual into the shop because the fuel pump sending unit was showing full upon starting and then would drift back to empty.
I had it replaced and now the mechanic cannot get my car to start at all.
Auto Zone and the mechanic used an Ohm reader and that's what both said was wrong. There was no previous problems ever with the vehicle starting. Now I'm running out of money, and both of us are in guessing mode. I'm not a mechanic.
Does anyone have tips or advice on what it may need?
The battery was brand new and was left to die in the shop. It was recharged and the lights, turn signals and radio all work fine.
Thank you, Laramie
Last edited by Laramie Beckay; 01-27-2020 at 08:21 PM.