VIN Check Report: 2G1FP22K7X2133436

Chevrolet Camaro 1999

Vehicle Specification22 Record(s)
Accidental RecordView All Records
Lien RecordRecords Found!
Theft RecordView Records
NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins7 Record(s)
NHTSA Recalls5 Record(s)

Score Rating

40%
Vehicle Overview
Year1999
MakeChevrolet
ModelCamaro
Trim LevelCoupe
StyleCoupe (2-Door)
Made InCanada
Technical VIN Decoding Information
WMI/VDS/VIS2G1
VDSFP22K7
VISX2133436
VIN Sequential Number133436
Checksum ValidationPASSED
Data AccuracyHigh
Error-
Detailed Vehicle History
DATEMILEAGESOURCEDETAILS
1999 -

original manufacturer

Manufactured in Canada by GENERAL MOTORS LLC

1999-08-30 -

CHEVROLET

CHEVROLET issued recalls for Camaro 1999

09/04/2014 108,887

Copart, Inc

Car Damage Report: FRONT END

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Junk/Salvage Report
Vehicle TitleTN - SALVAGE CERTIFICATE
Mileage108887 (ACTUAL)
Primary DamageFRONT END
Secondary Damage-
Loss TypeCOLLISION
Basic Title Checks
Flood Damage No Problems found!
Fire Damage No Problems found!
Hail Damage No Problems found!
Records of Collision Problem found! (more)
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Vehicle Engine Specifications
Engine3.8L V6 OHV 12V
Steering TypeR&P
Anti Brake System4-Wheel ABS
Tank Size-
Overall Height51.30 inches
Overall Length193.20 inches
Overall Width74.10 inches
Standard Seating4
Optional Seating-
Highway Mileage29 - 30 miles/gallon
City Mileage19 miles/gallon
Fuel TypeGasoline
Drive TypeRWD
TransmissionAutomatic
Vehicle Market Value Estimation
NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins

These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.

DATECOMPONENTDETAILS
01/01/2003061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINEREVISED DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0230. *TT
09/13/2003103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)WHEN USING POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) 9374997 DEALERS MAY ENCOUNTER PCM CODE P066 OR P1518, A CRANK NO START CONDITION, OR THE INABILITY TO SUCCESSFULLY PROGRAM THE REPLACEMENT PCM. *TT
08/01/1999100000 POWER TRAINSOME CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT THAT THE TRIP ODOMETER RESETS TO ZERO WHEN STARTING THE ENGINE. *TT
09/01/1999162900 STRUCTURE:BODY:ROOF AND PILLARSSOME CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT THAT THE CONVERTIBLE TOP IS HARD TO CLOSE ON VEHICLES WITHIN VIN BREAKPOINTS X2127190 AND X2222615. *TT
05/01/1999061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINEEXHIBITING A SQUEAK NOISE COMING FROM THE ENGINE OR ACCESSORY DRIVE WHILE ENGINE IS RUNNING. *TT
11/18/2003103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)ORIGINAL OR SERVICE REPLACEMENT POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) WILL NOT PROGRAM SUCCESSFULLY. *TT
08/22/2003103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)THIS IS A DEALER VME AND GMSPO HAS RECENTLY LEARNED OF A POSSIBLE QUALITY ISSUE WITH THE REPLACEMENT POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) FOR CERTAIN VEHICLES. *TT
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