2010 Chevrolet Camaro transmission problems fixed

2010 Chevrolet Camaro transmission problems fixed

General Motors has apparently figured out what was causing some manual transmissions to fail on their 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS models with the 426 hp 6.2-litre V8 engines.

However, the cause of the problem is being kept a secret, according to a GM spokesman who spoke to The New York Times.

As reported earlier, the GM rep confirmed that the failure occurred during standing-start hard acceleration runs, with the engine at more than 5000 rpm. He claims about a dozen owners reported problems in the United States.

The General claims that the problem had been fixed on its Canadian assembly line, and SS production will continue. A recall will not be conducted, and any affected owners will likely be served under warranty.

Camaro buyers in the UAE and surrounding regions are apparently not affected as cars earmarked for the GCC have not been delivered to customers yet.

What do you think?



  1. YAY!!! now lets go back to staring at the Camaro in the showroom hoping that it’ll transform into a bumblebee… 🙄 :mrgreen:

  2. Lol..the crazy thing is that in the real cartoon, bumblebee was actually a VW beetle..

  3. what do you think tat yellow VW bug was doing in the first movie? the one whch was smashed on the side by the ’76 Camaro…It was apparently thre as a sign of respect to the original transformer comic character…

  4. This has happened to me, first it was the bolts connecting the driveline to the transmission, now its the output shaft. when the bolts are tight theres no clunking noise, but once you upgrade the bolts.. the torque tears the output shaft apart. 7 weeks to fix…….

  5. @ ER
    So now are they upgrading the output shaft?

  6. They didn’t fix crap. I got a 2011 camaro and at 2558 miles my transmission went out.

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