when does yours slip? in reverse? what engine?I own a 97 and apparently these ignitions are the easiest to change. Even a theif with a screwdriver and pop it off in seconds and twist away to get it started. Doesnt need a hammer or anyhting, just a flat head screwdriver. My signals and cruise control, along with my horn stopped working suddenly last summer. This was after i heard and felt something go "crunch" in my steeringwheel/column while turning. The steering hung up for a second and then let lose. Dont know what it was but none of my other stuff is affected. My tranny is now starting to slip and I am hoping to get another month or two out of it before summer is here and i can send it to the junkyard. You might wanna try picking up a haynes manual. They have almost everything in it electrical and can walk you thru the process of changing the ignition.