I got the low oil pressure turn engine off warning on my 2011 Camaro 1SS 60000 miles vin #2g1fs1ew4b9111613. I shut it down and called my dealer hurricane Chevrolet in hurricane West Virginia. They had it towed to there dealership. I was told after the diognoseis that there was no oil pressure and that the valve was stuck on the oil pump do to dirty oil. I told them that my oil still had 45% life and I just had it changed about two moths ago 3-30-13. When I went to pick it up 3 days later the service manager said the never took one bolt off all they done was an oil change and I had to pay $70 dollars for it. Will this warning happen again since the oil pump was not replaced
I ask the same thing as Toxikk. Is there any indication as to why 1LE's are not being shipped from the factory? I am assuming weather is playing a role in it. Thanks in advance for all your help. For what it is worth, my order number is QXHN8V. Again, thanks!
What are we to do when it said in the customer satisfaction TBS on our Convertible top will be covered until 2014. After that we will have to pay to have our top fixed. I only bought a convertible because of the advertizing GM did on how much work went into the testing of the top and how long it would last. Then when GM had problems with the first 2011 Camaro tops thay just kept selling the same old designee top and on fix at the factory. They have treated us Camaro owners like we are dirt under there feet and only want our money . They should buy back all the Convertible Camaros .
For a GM Flag Ship Car the Convertible Camaro has turned into a joke . I bought one and am 64 years old and I know crap when I see it.