The first of the new ignition switches designed to be replacements for recalled G.M. vehicles have been sent and are now making their way into G.M. dealership service offices. These are being made at a Delphi Plant in Mexico and it's being reported because of the high demand production is being increased.  At this point it is unknown how many of the devices have been made so far but that number is expected to go up considerably in the days ahead.

In all over 2.5 million G.M. cars are effected. It's being reported the defective switches could shut down power to the car if they are bumped or jostled.