Several months ago I purchased an '08 C70. The next morning when I tried to start the car, it wouldn't start. I had the message telling me to turn the wheels but that didn't work. I called a repairman and he went through the routine of un-sticking the steering lock. Everything was fine until this morning. No Start!! Again turning the wheels didn't work. I removed the lock assembly and flushed it with brake cleaner and pried the lock lug in and out a bunch of times, sprayed it with blaster and finally silicone spray. I tested it before reinstalling it and it worked fine. After installation and installing the panels, it still didn't work. I removed it again and left the spring loaded pin out. I then reinstalled it. I figured that maybe the spring loaded pin somehow was hindering the lock from working properly. The lock now works so I can start the car but for how long!! I'm lucky this happened at home instead of somewhere else. I know that I'm definitely not alone with this re-occurring problem and that many of you on the Volvo forums has been in contact with Volvo with nothing more than a sorry and having to pay a bunch of bucks. This dangerous problem is clearly a design problem that should have been remedied free of charge by Volvo years ago with a solution other than fazing the lock out on later models. I'm all in for a class action law suit. Is there anyone else with me?