More than 464.700 vehicles are affected by Chevrolet Camaro recall. Affected cars are from 2010-2014 model years. The problem affecting these vehicles is that the driver's knee may hit the key fob and result in the vehicle moving out of the ''run'' position. If this happens, the vehicle may lose power or at least reduction of power may occur.
General Motors says it is aware of 3 related crashes and only 4 injuries. Also, the automaker says that the ignition switch in Camaro vehicles meets all engineering requirements, so the issue is quite different from the ignition switch issue that has made so much noise in the press and among GM consumers affecting Chevrolet Cobalt, Saturn Ion and other models and resulting in fatalities.
General Motors will notify all affected owners via certified mail. Dealers will change the Camaro key to a more standard design to eliminate the problem.
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