Last post on Dec 16, 2011 at 2:01 PM
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Chevrolet Camaro, Wheels, Hatchback
#3 of 15 salvage yard
Sep 08, 2007 (2:47 pm)
if it is a custom wheel your gonna have to match you don't have much choice. but if any wheel will do go to the junkyard and pull a wheel off a S10.
#4 of 15 93 camaro Rear Wheel Housing
Sep 19, 2007 (3:57 pm)
Does anyone have pic of the 93 camaro driver side rear wheel housing mine fell off and I need to see how fits and where to get another one.
I did not get one response for Camaro Tech forum or Camaro Forum.
Hope maybe someone in this forum could help or at least answer me.
The red book service manual for this 93 car doesn't have one picture of it.
#5 of 15 Re: 93 camaro Rear Wheel Housing [93csixpk]
Sep 20, 2007 (4:52 pm)
are you talking about the drum and brakes or did it have disc brakes. when you say wheel housing i am not sure what your trying to say look at the other side and describe what is or isn't missing
#6 of 15 Re: salvage yard [okko1]
Feb 13, 2009 (7:25 pm)
in san jose calif there's a company called gm salvage. just for camaros
#7 of 15 2012 Camaro LS Black Steel Rims
Oct 05, 2011 (7:11 pm)
These rims come with a plastic trim around the wheel that looks terrible. Does anyone know if it looks better to take them off, and if so, how is this done. Alternatively, painting them black would be an improvement. Does anyone know the best way to do this? Thanks,
#8 of 15 Re: 2012 Camaro LS Black Steel Rims [05avforum]
Nov 08, 2011 (7:08 pm)
You can just pull the plastic peice off easily
#11 of 15 Rear Differential? 2011 Camaro LS
Sep 15, 2011 (9:11 am)
I was wondering if anyone out there has been having an issue with their 2011 camaros? When I make a turn, slow or fast, engine on or off the back end makes a noise. It is the same noise as if the power steering fluid was out. But that has been checked. I took it to the dealer and they said it sounded like the rear differential...they did not have an answer for it or do anything to fix it. My concern is, that if it IS the rear differential, could my tires be wearing faster than they should, in addition to causing later problems. The car has 2,000 miles on it...much to soon to have problems...Anyone out there have the same issue?