General Motors ignition switch recall website (www.gmignitionupdate.com) has now been updated to include all 20 models affected be defect, Automotive News reports. The automaker launched the website in April and has been using it as a tool to communicate with owners of vehicles with defective ignition switches, which have been linked to 13 deaths.
The website now has information for the 15 million owners of the 20 different vehicles affected by the recall, a GM statement said. Models added to the list include the Chevrolet Malibu and Impala sedan and the Cadillac CTS, DTS, SRX and Deville. GM also said about 1.9 million of the 2.59 million owners of the initial vehicles recalled in February have so far received a letter in regards to bringing their vehicle in for repairs.
The automaker also said it mailed an additional 1 million letters to owners who had not responded to the recall by going to the dealer or ordering parts from the website and 875,000 more to those who ordered repair parts but haven’t brought the car in to be fixed. So far, the automaker says it has fixed 800,000 of the 2.59 million cars from the February recall.