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We’re a top rated local Chevrolet Camaro repair services shop in Fremont, CA. We also serve the greater East Bay Area, including Newark, Union City, Milpitas, and Sunol. With us, you can rest assured that all of your vehicle repair needs will be more than met. And. you won’t have to pay a fortune to get it fixed as well.


$99.99 Full Synthetic Oil Change

STARTING AT $99.99. Motor oil and the parts needed for your oil change vary in price from vehicle to vehicle. Please call for an exact price quote for your vehicle make and model. Our technicians are trained to service just about every make and model vehicle, from engine repair to oil changes.

$190.00 Engine Light Diagnostic

Our technicians are highly skilled and experienced with just about every vehicle make and model. If your check engine light is on, you can bring it to our shop and we’ll diagnose what’s wrong with it. Any authorized diagnostic will be applied toward the cost of your repair, a $190.00 value.

Transmission Shudder

The 8-speed automatic transmission on the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro has several publicized issues with shuddering or rough shifting. So far, most of the complaints have come with the models from 2016 to 2019 in the V6 Camaro – as well as 2016 to 2018 models of the v8.

In general, some of the issues witnessed include vibrations during light acceleration, hesitation or slipping in movement, and hard shifts from the first gear to the second.

Even worse is the fact that a lot of owners complained about this while their vehicles were brand new. So, once you discover this issue, be sure to give us a call and we’ll be there to handle it.

Rear Differential Noise

Sixth-generation Camaros that came with a limited-slip differential (LSD) usually tend to clank or groan when they turn at low speeds.

While LSDs tend to make more noise, many owners who have experienced this issue have reported that the noise can get more disturbing with time. This indicates that they might be dealing with severe mechanical issues.

Some vehicles in the 2016 and 2017 models have also reported noises when they have been parked for a few hours – especially in cooler climates. Either way, mechanical issues like these are fairly common, and we will be able to help you get to the bottom of it.

Timing Chain Wear

Vehicle owners have complained significantly about the excessive timing chain wear on the fifth-gen V6 engine. The issue especially affects 2010 and 2011 models of the Camaro that were fitted with the LTT V6 engine. Since models from 2012 and beyond switched to the LFX V6 engine, there is a low probability that they will suffer from this issue.

According to some sources, the timing chain on the 2LT V6 engine can easily get stretched out from as early as 50,000 miles. These were the same engines used in several other General Motors cars like the Chevy Traverse and the Cadillac CTS – all of which suffered the same problem.

You can look out for signs of worn timing chains such as reduced engine power, flashes on the engine light, and rattling noises coming out of the engine.

Key Stuck In Ignition

It is also common for you to find that the key in your Camaro has been stuck in its ignition. This is especially popular among fifth-gen Camaros that were released between 2014 and 2015 and have automatic transmission.

Back in 2014, General Motors updated the Camaro’s ignition switch and changed from using regular keys following different incidents of people hitting their knees on the key fob and accidentally switching the engine off. However, this eventually created the issue of keys getting stuck in the ignition.

If this is a consistent issue, then be sure to reach out to us and we’ll be able to give your car a close look.