Have You Purchased or Leased a Chevrolet Camaro since 2010?

It has been alleged that General Motors LLC has manufactured, marketed, distributed, and sold Chevrolet Camaro vehicles without disclosing a starter/heat shield defect. It is alleged that the Camaro’s starters and/or starter heat shielding were defective in design, workmanship, and/or materials, and that General Motors knowingly installed these defective components in Camaros.

Problems experienced by Camaro owners and lessees in connection with the defect include the following: starters that fail to start the engine or are slow to do so in hot weather or after the car has been driven, batteries that wear out faster, damaged or melted wiring around the starter, and damage to other elements of the engine.

It has been further alleged that when the above problems arise within the warranty period, General Motors authorizes its dealerships to replace the defective starters with the same starters without modification of the heat shield. This practice is alleged to cause the starter defect to reoccur, often resulting in further damage outside of the warranty period.

Affected vehicles include any Chevrolet Camaro purchased or leased from 2010 to the present.

If you have purchased a Chevrolet Camaro with a defective starter since 2010 and have had problems with the starter, wiring, or battery that were not resolved under warranty and you want to discuss possible legal options, please call Kohn Swift & Graf, P.C. at 215-238-1700 or email us at info@kohnswift.com. Because of the pandemic we may be working remotely, but we will respond to your call or email promptly.

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