Chevy Corvette sold may have defective braking systemSeptember 26, 2020
As reported in a whitepaper, the 2020 Chevy Corvette sports coupe may have a braking issue. The malfunction concerns a special sensor and can also occur on other Chevy, Buick and Cadillac models.
There is a new problem with the Chevrolet Corvette supercar, and it is quite serious, because it was because of it that the management of the General Motors concern, which includes Chevrolet, decided to immediately stop sales of some cars that are currently in the automaker’s dealer network. However, this is not the case for the Corvette, as it could affect a number of other GM vehicles and SUVs.
A Chevrolet spokesman spoke about pointed out a possible problem with the braking system.
“The problem is not mechanically. Rather, it is the sensor connection for the electronic brake booster system. There may be material in this connection that can interrupt the signal, which will disrupt the communication between the brake booster system and this sensor. This could damage the booster system. brakes, which will obviously lead the driver to put much more effort on the brake pedal to slow the car. “
The nature of the foreign material is unknown. A spokesman for delirium says the fix will be to replace the electronic brake booster module. If the brake booster fails, drivers will see a warning light and a message. If the vehicle is in motion, additional braking force is required to stop it. The vehicle’s top speed can also be electronically limited.
Not so long ago,AutoTimesNews wrote about whether the formidable Dodge Challenger SRT Demon can outrun the Chevy Corvette C8. As part of a 402-meter straight-line race, the powerful SRT Demon Dodge Challenger and the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette sports coupe competed. The results of the race were not so obvious.
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