Whew....THAT was scary!!! So today I get back to my shop from MTI with a big box containing my new Stingers and a Borla X-pipe. I'm so pumped to install them. I get in the car to pull it into the bay...and what happens???? COLUMN LOCK FAILURE!!! I couldnt believe this was happening. Immediately I get on the phone with Bill Heard Chevy service dept. (it was 5:45pm). I remember my go to guy over there said it could be fixed in like 30-45 minutes so i figured i'd have him pull some strings and knock it out for me real quick. Well, he had just left, and Bill Heard's Vette guy doesn't work on Sats. So i get all discouraged, ready to go sit on some railroad tracks, and decide to give it another shot. Get into the car, turn the key, nothing...column lock failure! So i was pissed and i kept turning the key off and on and suddenly...the column releases! I was thrilled...I was going to get to install my exhaust!!! So i put the car into 1st and pull it forward...and it dies. Start it again, roll forward, and dies. So i limp it into the bay. I pull up the coulmn lock TSB on my Alldata and learn that upon column lock failure, BCM and PCM kill fuel pressure. So i'm just having a horrible day but it's ok cause at least i get to put my exhaust on. After pulling the car into the bay, i decide to turn it off, arm the alarm, disarm it, and turn the key on again. No failure and the car runs fine! Whew. Needless to say...i installed the exhaust and drove the car home. I dont plan on driving it anywhere except to Bill Heard FIRST thing Monday morning. Lets hope she makes it there!!!