Q: Truck stuck in reverse

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My truck is stuck in reverse and will not crank.

Hello. This is a known concern and GM has issued TSB 01-07-30-002E. It lists the symptoms you are experiencing and has a list of some testing to be performed leading to a wiring concern or a faulty ignition switch. You may need the aid of a mechanic to perform electrical testing and perform a repair as needed.

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