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Old 07-09-2014, 07:19 PM   #1
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Numb steering

I hears some where that there were some technical bulletins to address numb steering in early cars? I have a 2010 production 2011 model year and some times it feels very numb. Is there some thing I can do?
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I do not know about the TSBs, but a performance alignment will shurely liven up the steering and handeling.
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Not completely sure what you mean by "numb", but this (BK022) Front Suspension Bushing Kit would probably help in your quest.....along with a good performance alignment as rockau mentioned.
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I hears some where that there were some technical bulletins to address numb steering in early cars? I have a 2010 production 2011 model year and some times it feels very numb. Is there some thing I can do?
Thanks.
blackTT600,

Sorry to read about the steering concerns with your Camaro. Although you're seeking thoughts and opinions, I would be happy to communicate this situation with the designated Customer Experience Manager at your preferred dealer if you feel an official diagnosis is necessary. Feel free to message us privately if you'd like to proceed, or discuss this situation further.

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Old Yesterday, 04:21 PM   #5
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Not completely sure what you mean by "numb", but this (BK022) Front Suspension Bushing Kit would probably help in your quest.....along with a good performance alignment as rockau mentioned.
THANK YOU of Your response. Actually I just had that installed, Have not gotten the car back yet. but very excited. I was actually the full race kit!
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blackTT600,

Sorry to read about the steering concerns with your Camaro. Although you're seeking thoughts and opinions, I would be happy to communicate this situation with the designated Customer Experience Manager at your preferred dealer if you feel an official diagnosis is necessary. Feel free to message us privately if you'd like to proceed, or discuss this situation further.

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William,
Thank you as well for your response. I will keep that in mind. I love the car, but sometimes I just wish there was more feeling in the wheel. I don't feel the need to do anything about it right now. But I thought I heard some one talking about this.
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I do not know about the TSBs, but a performance alignment will shurely liven up the steering and handeling.
I just want more communication from the road through the wheel.
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