So far, we have seen many calls from the world’s major automakers due to safety and quality problems. The latest example of these recalls is the problem of the limited number of Chevrolet Camaro steering wheel logo, which can injure the driver in accidents. According to an official recall issued by General Motors, the Camaro badge affixed to the steering wheel of this car can be a nuisance. Because its molding is not done properly. In fact, the mark is not as strong as it should be.
In the event of an accident, the Camaro’s special badge can be detached from the steering wheel and fired at the driver like a bullet. Fortunately, General Motors has not received any reports of injuries or damage to the driver due to this assembly defect. The next good news is that only 30 Camaros will be included in the recall. Interestingly, these 30 devices have not been produced consecutively at all.
If Camaro owners want to know if their car is among the 30 defective devices, they can find out by entering their car VIN code on GM’s dedicated recall website. If so, General Motors will notify them and invite them to the nearest Chevrolet after-sales service center to resolve the issue.
This problem is also very simple to solve. GM solves the problem by changing the driver airbag frame and does not charge the car owner any costs. Interestingly, the Camaro’s sales in 2021 have fallen sharply compared to its main competitors, the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. The Mustang now sells almost twice as much as the Camaro, and the Challenger dispute with him will soon be the same.