General Motors (GM) started shipping thousands of new ignition switches to dealers throughout the United States last month, but most owners of the 2.59 million vehicles affected by the faulty switch recall will have to wait weeks or even months for the repairs. The car manufacturer first started recalling vehicles with the defective ignition switches on Feb. 13. An additional recall on Feb. 25 brought the total number of vehicles affected by the faulty switch to 2.6 million. According to GM, owners of the following vehicles will need to schedule an ignition switch repair with their local dealership: 2005-2010 Chevrolet ... Read More
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