Replaced starter. Easy with shorty headers.
I put a momentary-on push button switch in my engine bay 3yrs ago at the same time that I did my engine swap. Would be perfect for your situation. I did it for the purpose of bumping the starter while servicing the engine.had the ignition switch on my elcamino break today. luckily it broke in a way that i can still use it till i get a new one hopefully tomorrow. key still turns to the run position but won't turn to the start position. i just have to pop the hood and manual bump the starter.
i don't spend enough time under the hood to need one and there really isn't anywhere to mount one. i just replaced the lock cylinder and it solved the issue except now i can no longer pull the key out of the ignition once it is running lol. also i think the new cylinder may be cheaper made or my cylinder housing is really just wore out because it feels like the new cylinder pulls out of the column more than it use to with the other cylinder.I put a momentary-on push button switch in my engine bay 3yrs ago at the same time that I did my engine swap. Would be perfect for your situation. I did it for the purpose of bumping the starter while servicing the engine.
but does she have her own project in the garage yet?I watched my baby back my Baby out of the driveway while her mother gave her a driving lesson. Wife said 'take your pick, the Charger R/T which does 0-60 in 5 seconds flat and has over 400HP, or Blu' (which has south of 130Hp and a carb that chokes under WOT). I get the feeling that hesitation is gonna cost me somewhere down the road...