Recall: Chevrolet Sonic for dragging fuel tank, Camaro for peeling labels
The 2013-2014 Chevrolet Camaro and Sonic are affected.
Also, GM is recalling 1,227 Chevrolet Sonic models from 2013 and 2014 for fuel tank support brackets that can break and cause the tank to drag on the exhaust pipe. The tank could then completely fall out of the car, which would bring obvious consequences. GM said it had no dealer or owner complaints regarding the problem after discovering it during assembly in August. Dealers will replace the problematic fuel tank bracket if needed at a date to be determined later, GM said.
Between December 2011 and January 2013, GM recalled the 2012 Sonic four times for missing brake pads, faulty airbags and windshield washer problems. The 2012 Camaro was also part of the airbag recall in January.
If a peeling sticker is the worst thing to happen to the Camaro for it to be recalled no big deal.
You people bashing GM for these 2 minor recalls neglect to realize Toyota, Honda, Hyundai/Kia, Chrysler, and even Fords recent recalls have been life threatening issues. Toyotas issues caused deaths. Ford recently had engines that would catch on fire. Hondas have had breaks stop working.
Recall for pulling labels but no recall on the avalanche AC blowing 140° heat on the driver.
I love how people are telling me AC blowing 140° heat on a driver is not a safety issue but labels coming off is..
And now I know why Odumber was elected twice..
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