Ok guys... Help??? /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif I just bought my Blazer and the ignition switch was very sticky. It was like the key wasn't working or the locks tumblers weren't resetting. Last night as I went to leave work the ignition switch refused to budge. Sooooooo.... after about an hour of wiggling the shifter (auto) the tilt, and the wheel itself... I ummm... Took out a magnum screwdriver and a hammer and ummm... Well.... my Blazer doesn't need a key anymore!!!! The lock is way less sticky since the screwdriver modification. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif So... my question is... is there a simple way to remove what's left of the old switch and install a new one? I'm going to buy the new switch in the morning. I'm guessing smacking the new one in with a hammer is out of the question??? /forums/images/icons/cool.gif Anyone?