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Yes, GM is going back into the medium duty market. This time, they will only be sold under the Chevy brand. Chevy-badged Isuzu NPR's are due later this year, and the joint-venture GM/Navistar trucks are due in 2018. Stay tuned.

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Hey Guys, just joined this site. I'm looking for some help with my 1995 topkick lowpro. It has the 6.0. I put a new ignition cylinder in it and a new battery. It started right up. I turned it off and tried starting again and it wouldn't turn over. So pulled the starter out thinking it was bad. Had it tested and it was bad. So i put a brand new starter in it and the same thing is happening. There's power all the dash lights come on but it won't kick the starter over. Any thoughts? I appreciate it. I'm mechanical but electrical is not my forta.

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I have a 1992 gmc topkick with the manual e brake was wondering if anyone knew where it goes? I ordered a 84in cable. Someone wrote on the door thats the length but it was cut off when I bought the truck

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