Hey there. I've come into a weird problem in the last month or so. The lock on fuel cap of my 07 Triumph Sprint ST wont turn with the key all the way in. It took me a while to work this out and the last few times I've put petrol in I've managed to wiggle it open after 5 minutes of trying at a time. Seems all I have to actually do is put the first quarter of the key in and it turns. I tried the same thing with the end of a flathead screw driver and amazingly it opens that way too. I've tried both graphite and WD-40 to see if I can get it working as it's supposed to work, but it hasn't done much to help other than making it easier to slide the key in and out. The key works perfectly in the ignition and the side compartment. Just not the fuel cap (thankfully it still opens). Anyone have any ideas? I know it's not really mechanic specific, but I figure someone might have some knowledge. As a side note. Does anyone know of any key cutters in the Doncaster or Kew areas that can cut motorcycle keys? The guy I bought the bike from misplaced the spares so I only got one key. I took it to a place at Shoppingtown and they had no template keys that matched my key and the guy reckons I'll need to call out a locksmith to get one made up. I doubt that there is no key guy out there at all that can cut it.