The replacement parts needed for more than 1 million 4-wheel-drive General Motors Corp. light trucks that were involved in a massive recall for possible antilock brake (ABS) problems in late July will not be available until early 2000, according to a GM advisory. The vehicles, which include Chevy Blazers and GMC Jimmys, were part of a more than 3 million light truck recall announced July 21 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA). About 2 million light trucks in the recall, ...

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