Ok, so the cold weather has brought an issue with it. If it's close to freezing or below, my ignition switch doesn't want to work properly. I have to turn the key past the normal position that it normally engages the starter. Past the normal spot, it is extremely difficult to turn, usually have to use both hands to get enough leverage on it. It's not hard to turn to the normal starting position, just past it. Once the temperature is warmer or the heater has been running for a bit, I can shut off and it will engage In the usual spot. Any ideas what is causing this and what I can do to stop it? I don't want to end up breaking the switch or key off. 74 wagoneer btw.
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