Chevrolet’s Camaro vehicles have a faulty air conditioning system, in breach of the express warranty and implied warranty of merchantability.

Several customers report the “blend door” or “diverter door” actuator within the air conditioning unit of their Camaro cracking, and the air conditioning no longer blowing cold air. The defect appears to be affecting multiple model years of Camaro, including the 2010 2SS, 2012 SS, 2015 SS, the 2021 SS, and likely other models as well. Customers have consistently paid more than $1,000 and even above $2,000 to have this issue repaired at dealerships.

Chevrolet has a 3-year, 36,000-mile “bumper-to-bumper” limited warranty that covers all parts, labor, and repairs to correct any defects.

GM faced a lawsuit in 2021 alleging a similar problem in Chevrolet’s Escalade, Silverado, Suburban, and Tahoe vehicles, as well as GMC’s Sierra and Yukon vehicles. Camaros were not included in this lawsuit.

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