One day, weeks ago, I shut my Magnum off at work and the switch felt "funny", like something bent as I turned it off. After that, it worked, but the key could stick in the start position. Then it became progressively harder to turn until it almost left me stranded in a friend's driveway. (Although he's the guy with the SS/AA Cuda and the CJ Mustang, so at least he had a decent set of tools, lol.) Anyway I took it apart tonight and I "think" the issue is the lock cylinder itself. I believe the center of this assembly should turn within the outside shell, as the outside would be in a fixed position with the steering column. In the photo, the pen points towards a spring loaded retainer that keeps the switch in place. The felt tip is pointing at another spring-loaded something (?) Whether I push that in or not, the inner cylinder does not turn with the key inside. Should it?