Try another key, a worn key may not work right. The ignition switch could
Suspect grounds on a Chevy "Like a rock " uses a crappy jumper wire. When
"like a rock" becomes as cold as one.
That's a real problem child. especially if the tilt mech gets itself
involved with the actuator rod that operates the actual switch part of
the whole abortion. That switch is column mounted, usually top and
left, and can slip its moorings when alot of force is applied from the
top, or just over time from the vibrations. My bet is you'll see that
it has moved down and away from the rod. Just match upthe areas that
were covered before and tighten the two 5/16 hex head fasteners. There
might be 3, but I can't remember everything from what's now a former
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