Servicing the 2010 Chevy Camaro

These new Strattec high-security 2-track locks are intended to become the standard lock system for future GM vehicles.


I saw the first concept version of the new Camaro (Photo 1) at the Detroit auto show in 2007, and ever since then, I have been looking forward to taking one apart. In early October of 2009, I finally got my chance and spent four days doing everything I could imagine a locksmith having to do to...


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As I mentioned in the beginning, these new locks are intended to become the standard lock system for future GM vehicles. Currently, you will find the same locks, or very similar locks, on the new Buick Lacrosse, Allure, & Regal, GMC Terrain, Chevrolet Equinox & Cruze, but more are on the way for 2011. In addition, the Saturn Astra used a door lock that is almost identical to the one used on the Camaro, but a completely different ignition lock.

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