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Across the country, General Motors dealers are getting ready to begin repairs on millions of vehicles, but Tennessee drivers might have to wait a little longer.

The 2.6 million cars are at the center of a controversial recall over a faulty ignition switch.

Repairs were set to begin Monday, but we spoke with several dealers in East Tennessee who say they likely wont get the parts until Wednesday at the earliest.

Dealers here say they've received dozens of calls from concerned drivers. They say those affected should have received recall notices in the mail.

The models under recall include the Chevy Cobalt, the HHR, the Pontiac G5 and Solstice, and the Saturn Ion and Sky.

The first repairs will be available for model years 2003 through 2007.

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