I keep putting this off because I am lazy...but also ignorant. Maybe you can help with the 2nd problem? The ignition switch needs to be replaced, for sure, for a number of reasons. I know how to remove it (disc. batts, key in and ON, push little nub in the hole below, pull the switch out). And there's plenty of options for a new ignition switch online, from $25-$75. Mine is not electronic in any way so it's on the cheap end. My confusion is in regards to the keying. I'd like to retain the existing keys, otherwise, the doors and the switch don't match anymore, right? I read someplace that a locksmith is the best way to go, in that case, and don't show up at their door with a new switch but have them get the switch for you. I'd appreciate your advice folks.