just an FYI RideFlorida, The ignition switch is actually two separate components. The first being the part you see, that the key goes inside of, its made of metal, and has al the mechanics of a normal lock, on the bottom of the metal housing is a rectangle shaft about an 1/8" long that operates the electrical portion which we call the hocky puck. SO just because the key turns fine with out binding, and snaps into each position cleanly, the hockey puck can still be messed up (usually a combination of dirty contacts and worn springs). So go with Goofy's suggestion, the worst you are out is about half hour of time. Unfortunately it is faster to clean the switch than it is to trace down every wire to make sure electricity is flowing to where it is supposed to be.