Owners of recalled General Motors vehicles are still waiting to have their cars fixed after GM announced the recall in February.
GM originally said parts to fix faulty ignition switches would be available Monday, but many dealerships still don't have the parts.
They haven't said when those parts will be available after now.
The auto maker is recalling more than 2.6 million vehicles because the ignition switches can be knocked into the off position while driving.
So far, 13 people have died because of the issue.
Ford is also recalling 435,000 cars because of rusting frame parts and faulty seats.
So far, Montana car owners are not affected by the Ford recall.