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the first reported Camaro crap-out, we're now told GM's officially issuing a recall for the problem on the Camaro SS. UPDATE BELOW.
Although we're told it only takes about 30 minutes to fix, we're being told GM's now issued a voluntary "official recall" on the 2010 Chevy Camaro SS over the battery cable issue that caused one Camaro5 member's new Bumblebee-yellow mullet-mobile to die less than 40 miles from the dealership. We're also being told GM's asking for the Camaro SS to be flat-bed hauled back to the dealership rather than driven there under its own power. More coming shortly.










Translation:

Don't drive your new car that you've been waiting on for 5 years, lest it short out the electrical system and possibly catch fire. Have it towed to the dealership and let them keep it for a week or so, they'll wrap some "special" duct tape around the wire.......when they get it. Then you can drive it temporarily until they come up with a better fix, then bring it back again and wait for it to be re-fixed.


This is terrible for GM with the shape they are in. I really hate to see stuff like this happening to this car already, but ****. They've been working on it for what, 5 years? That does not look good to potential buyers. Sure the fanboys will blow it off as no big deal, but other customers won't and fanboys don't buy enough vehicles to keep this car (or GM) alive for very long. Get your **** together GM!!!
 
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