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Old 01-20-2014, 02:01 PM   #26
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The modification uses the same OEM Yaw Sensor part number that is used in every single 5th Gen Camaro except 2013/2014 manuals.

That's somewhere around 330,000 Camaros with the same Yaw Sensor specified in the modification.

But hey what do we know.
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Old 01-20-2014, 05:14 PM   #27
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Then you should also know that the warranty wouldn't cover it anyways so the whole factless argument you've tried to create and can't back up to maintain a warranty that wouldn't cover the issue...?

Sorry you don't like information. If pointing out something you don't seem to understand is considered an attack then maybe you should do some research first like you suggested to me. What are the 2 data elements for a YAW sensor to get a reading? Now which one of those is NEVER present in a hill start situation. So the sensor that is present for HSA isn't a yaw sensor and is merely incline detection. Since you chose to not listen to my example of towing a car maybe that will help you understand.
The yaw rate sensor does indicate inclination. Towing has no effect. Camaros either get towed on a flatbed or wheel lifted from the rear wheels. The BCM looks at values from the yaw rate sensor, engine rpm and load, brake pedal switch and clutch position switch. If you notice the hsa doesnt kick in until both the clutch and brake pedal is depressed. Quick tip to disable this....if you know your on an incline, and dont want hsa click up the ebrake 1 click. It will turn the brake indicator on the dash and disable the hsa. Just long enough so you can roll out the clutch. I live in hilly pittsburgh pa and do it at least one time everytime I drive it. I can catch the car and roll out the clutch alot better will less clucth slip than trying to use hsa!
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Old 01-20-2014, 05:25 PM   #28
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There's only a few yaw sensors that can measure both directions but its still rotational speed, or angular differential over time, not a static angle the car rests at. If it were the case here then no different part number would be required as the other 2 would already be able to capture it. If they could detect a static angle then they could just use a single part number and shut off the values in the BCM since the clutch pedal condition would never get met in autos.


Although I agree with most everything else in your post.

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Old 01-20-2014, 05:29 PM   #29
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:12 PM   #30
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The modification uses the same OEM Yaw Sensor part number that is used in every single 5th Gen Camaro except 2013/2014 manuals.

That's somewhere around 330,000 Camaros with the same Yaw Sensor specified in the modification.
+1 !!


Best mod I ever did!! HSA Sucks big time!!!! I've been driving a standard since 1974!!! Ain't nobody got no time for dat HSA crap!

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Old 01-20-2014, 10:15 PM   #31
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Just picked up my 2013 1LE and driving back cross country from Oklahoma to San Diego. Bought a Valentine Radar Detector which has saved me about 6 times so far and 1200 miles later.

Car had 900 miles on it when I bought it….problem is this (and has only happened about 3 or 4 times): Sometimes when I take off from a dead stop if feels like the breaks are on in the rear and I have to literally step on the gas to get it to break free. You expect the car to jam out into traffic but it is like someone is holding you back. This happen to anyone else?

On a side note: my Navigation screen won't stay on when I have a usb in playing music….keeps going back to the usb screen by itself….any advice?

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Apologies to hear of your vehicle concerns. I understand that you're seeking thoughts and opinions (with several responses already posted), but send me a message if you want to take it a step further and get an official diagnosis. I will then reach out to the dealer's Customer Care Specialist for additional assistance with potentially resolving this at the dealer level.

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Old 01-20-2014, 11:43 PM   #32
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Old 01-21-2014, 01:43 AM   #33
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You sure you were in first and not in 3rd gear. Starting in third feels sluggish and takes a while to pick up speed. And you burn clutch in the process
First fo' sho'.
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