Nice selfie.. lol. I have found those screws to take very little to loosen, ymmv.Went out to the garage to continue ignition switch removal. So when I started the removal I expected a pain in the butt job to replace it. I just didn't know how much grief it would be. After reading different posts wrt to this subject I was in search of the security screw that captures the switch in place( this is an assumption on my part so far), I found said screw and after clearing as much wiring, turn signal switch, etc, etc. I was able to get a clear picture of what it looks like. My problem now is figuring out how to get in there to remove it. Attempt #1 was my small chisel, alas not small enough, attempt #2 get my roto zip tool out, too big, attempt #3 charge the battery on my small drill, still too big. Picture added, it appears there is a indent in the top of the security screw, not sure what that means other than I might be able to drill a small hole and use an easy out. Getting my large body in that small space is no easy feat, time for the first beer of the day. Tomorrow's another day.
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