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Old 07-03-2009, 04:44 PM   #35
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it happened to me Saturday night~ The dealer says that there is a problem with the steel on the output shaft not being properly hardened. GM knows about it and is sending replacements as they break.
my car broke june 12 and they received the tremmec from queretaro mexico at the dealer june 25

THE OUTPUT SHAFTH WAS CUT NICELY ¼ TO ½ INCHES INSIDE THE TRANNY
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Old 07-03-2009, 04:45 PM   #36
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built june 1 serial 114461
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Old 07-03-2009, 05:58 PM   #37
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my car broke june 12 and they received the tremmec from queretaro mexico at the dealer june 25

THE OUTPUT SHAFTH WAS CUT NICELY ¼ TO ½ INCHES INSIDE THE TRANNY
So the new one was defective?
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Old 07-03-2009, 10:33 PM   #38
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So the new one was defective?
no they put a new fedex shipped tranny from mexico ,i talk with a nice guy at quality control at detroit (steve z ) he said the new one will be bullet proof since that i drive 2000 km whitout not one single inches of burnout(i swear to god ,believe me) and no problem ,

NOW THE QUESTION

COULD YOU ASK TO OPRAH IF I COULD TRY AN ATTEMPT,1 SMALL BURNOUT,PLEASE JUST ONE SHOT

,do you think that i want to try,i lost my car for 1 mouth ,2 time of 2 weeks

i think with the idea to switch to an automatic car l99 400 hp
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:02 PM   #39
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I took these photos on my phone today. This is the broken output shaft from RRCAMARO. It is sheared off and is smooth as glass!


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PS nice shoes RRCAMARO!
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:06 PM   #41
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I just got a copy of the PI. #PIP4666A: Vehicle will not move in any gear: If you need any more info on it I will try to scan it to you. should be able to pull it up with this PI#.
Perfect thanks!
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:10 PM   #42
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RRCAMARO's broke his on the 29th (saturday) Monday morning when the shop opened the cause was determined and Friday afternoon the new Transmission arrived. It is being installed as we speak. The bright side of all this, is that we are seeing GM jump on these issues very fast and looking after the customers and RRCamaro is getting to watch as the transmission is dropped and a new one is installed, almost like being at the birth of your child.
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:58 AM   #43
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On just released vehicles and new design engines or transmissions it is SOP to just replace and not repair any faulty engine or transmissions (even a leak may get you a new component) for GM. They usually want the engine/trans back for inspection, it has been this way since the mid 1990's.
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On just released vehicles and new design engines or transmissions it is SOP to just replace and not repair any faulty engine or transmissions (even a leak may get you a new component) for GM. They usually want the engine/trans back for inspection, it has been this way since the mid 1990's.
It's not that it's that you have to gut all the parts out of the tranny to put that one in. If it was something they could swap they would just send the smaller part. Shipping is $$$ expensive for a tranny.
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Old 07-14-2009, 10:48 AM   #45
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Took my Camaro in for its first oil change July 10th, had them look into a sound I had noticed when letting out the clutch in 1st and 2nd. Shortly after found out I needed a new transmission. A problem with the transmission output shaft having to much play, second one my dealership caught. Tranny arrived today, however I am waiting on a technicain to fly in from Vancouver later today to take a look at the car. vin# 14368
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Old 08-04-2009, 11:59 AM   #46
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Broken Transmission Output Shaft

Broke my output shaft Sunday night. Vin 13782. Third or fourth launch in competition mode. Also made three or four with traction control and competition mode turned off between 2500 and 3500 rpm. I am afraid this is not limited to a certain batch of vehicles. 4200 rpm dumps too much energy into the drive train. I don't think ABS kicking in to limit wheel spin can help either. ABS is supposed to be less aggressive in competition mode. ABS may kick in too soon and be part of the problem. I think competition mode will break any drive train sooner or later.

This appears to be similar to the problem they had with the Nissan GT-R last year. They soon said use of launch mode on solid surface voids warranty. They said it was only for getting out of ice or slippery surface. This year they reduced rev limiter from around 4200 to 3200 rpm.

DON'T USE COMPETITION MODE. You don't need it. Turn it and traction control off by holding button down for seven seconds. Launch between 3000 and 3200 rpm by driving out. Don't dump clutch but don't slip it either. CAUTION: slipping the clutch will burn up the clutch. Let clutch out like taking off from a stop and press gas pedal like taking off from a stop, don't stomp it. This should be much easier on entire drive line and will help 60 foot times.

I love my car but I am holding on to my JD Powers new car survey to see how long this takes to be repaired. More than a week is too long. If you haven't returned your survey yet, you may want to hold onto it.

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Just Broke my axle trying to do a burnout...dealer will not cover it because they said the vehicle was abused...what should i do from here?
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Just Broke my axle trying to do a burnout...dealer will not cover it because they said the vehicle was abused...what should i do from here?
and how do they know you were abusing it? If they are defining a burn out as Abuse, I guess we are all guilty. Ask to speak to the GM rep in the area.
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Old 10-22-2009, 05:43 PM   #49
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mine broke saturday but my whole driveshaft dropped out and now they are sending the driveshaft to a engineer to determine if i abused it or not????
Shouldnt these high end sports cars be able to take this why is this happening???
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mine broke saturday but my whole driveshaft dropped out and now they are sending the drivshaft to a engineer to determine if i abused it or not????
Shouldnt these high end sports cars be able to take this why is this happening???
This whole output shaft crap....is exactly that...... crap !!
GM still hasn't stepped up on this...unless I missed it.
So... I guess we can't get on these cars to see if it's an affected shaft, because then we'll be "abusing our cars", meanwile GM won't tell us if our cars fall into the vin range affected.
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This whole output shaft crap....is exactly that crap
GM still hasn't stepped up on this... unless I missed it.
So... I guess we can't get on these cars to see if it's an affected shaft, because then we'll be "abusing our cars", meanwile GM won't tell us if our cars fall into the vin range affected.
Nope, there's nothing to miss.

I'd rather not buy a Camaro that cannot safely burn rubber and remain under warranty, if that indeed is the case.


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