2014 GM Recalls: Making Ignition Switch Repairs Easier
However More Than 600,000 Owners Have Not Made Repairs
Since February, when GM first announced their ignition switch recalls, about 60% of owners have completed their repairs. However, more than 600,000 owners have still not taken action.
GM dealers are trying to make it easier for busy owners to complete these free repairs.
Many dealers now offer extended hours, courtesy transportation, proactive service appointment scheduling and concierge service. The average time it takes to make the repair is only about 90 minutes.
Those who have an affected vehicle and haven't taken it to a GM dealer for repairs, call your dealer directly, or go to www.GMIgnitionUpdate.com.
Affected vehicles: Chevrolet Colbalt and HHR; Pontiac Solstice and G5 ; Saturn Ion and Sky. Repairs can be scheduled at any GM dealer.
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