If your Chevrolet Camaro has recurring problems that won’t go away, it may be considered a lemon.
Under the California Lemon Law, a lemon is a vehicle with recurring problems that will not go away, despite a reasonable number of repair attempts by authorized repair facilities. These problems must negatively impact the use, safety or value of your vehicle.
Many owners and lessees of Chevrolet Camaro vehicles report problems that do just that. Learn more about common problems that 2013–Present Chevrolet Camaro, owners and lessees report in their vehicles. If one of these problems repeatedly appear in your Chevrolet Camaro, you may need to talk to a lemon law attorney about your case.
If your Check Engine Light flashes on the dashboard, get your Chevrolet Camaro inspected for possible engine problems.
Chevrolet Camaro owners and lessees submitted several engine-related complaints to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. According to these complaints, engine problems include unintended acceleration, engine surging, rough idling and excessive oil consumption.
If your Chevy Camaro makes an odd noise while starting up, loses power or dies while driving, you may have a faulty engine.
Recurring electrical problems can make your Chevrolet Camaro unpredictable or unsafe to drive.
Several electrical issues have been reported to NHTSA, such as faulty ignitions witches, malfunctioning radio displays and remote starts no longer working. Some drivers have found that their acceleration pedal sensors went out. Sometimes, radios, air conditioners and other systems experience electrical shorts.
Take your vehicle to a dealership or authorized repair facility to treat any outstanding electrical problems.
Faulty brakes can make your vehicle hard to control. Get your brakes repaired before it’s too late.
If your brakes squeal, rattle, seize or even outright fail, your Chevrolet Camaro’s brakes may be defective. Any one of these problems could indicate a problem in your Camaro’s brakes. On top of that, some owners and lessees report problems with their parking or emergency brakes. If your Chevrolet Camaro is experiencing brake problems, take your Camaro to an authorized repair facility to get your brakes fixed.
Transmission problems are common in lemon law cases, and defective Chevrolet Camaro vehicles may experience them.
Common transmission problems in Chevy Camaro vehicles include transmission slips, hard shifting, improper shifting, intermittent vibration and even slipping out of gears, such as reverse. If these transmission problems appear in your Chevrolet Camaro and the repair shop can’t seem to fix them, your vehicle may be a lemon.
Recurring steering problems may make your Chevrolet Camaro difficult to control while driving.
Chevrolet Camaro owners and lessees have reported squeaking steering wheels, car veering left or right while driving, sudden loss of power steering or power steering failure. Some drivers have even complained about faulty steering columns. If you have steering problems that cannot be fixed within a reasonable number of attempts, you may need to contact a lemon law attorney about your legal options.
Contact a California Lemon Law Attorney
If problems persist in your Chevrolet Camaro despite multiple repair attempts, your vehicle may be a lemon.
Owners and lessees of “lemons” or defective vehicles are entitled to cash compensation, a vehicle replacement or a lemon law buyback. Knight Law Group has helped thousands of lemon owners and lessees obtain these rewards under the California lemon law with a success rate in excess of 99%.
Don’t go through the lemon law process alone. Our experienced lemon law attorneys can provide legal representation at no up-front cost to you. If you want to learn more about the California lemon law or have specific questions about your case, fill out our contact form or call us for a free consultation at 877-222-2222.