That screw will not turn in any further. I recently replaced my ignition switch with one from advanced auto parts. cost $35 for a BWD brand. and it comes with that screw and the little metal "L" shaped plate.. The screw only has a few threads at the end, If I remember correctly it has something to do with holding the lock tumbler in. You can get the whole unit with new keys for $70 from advanced as well if you don't want to switch out your lock tumbler and use your original key. NOTE: the screws to hold the switch in are the tamper proof torx type. Meaning in the center of the screw head there is a post sticking up. A regular torx bit will not work.
1996 ram 1500 SLT laramie 4X4 5.2L. automatic. rough country 5" suspension lift 3"body lift. Rolling on 38x15.5x16 truxus sts tires.. Mb motorsport wheels, 4.88 gears. 7500LB winch.
Last edited by Buellstunter; 01-31-2011 at 06:28 PM..