I have a 2012 Sante Fe that is stuck in my garage because the steering wheel is completely locked. I have tried every remedy available, with no luck. I've had 3 grown men (including tow truck driver) try to get the key to turn with no luck. I sprayed WD-40 inside the lock, no luck. I cannot get the car towed to a dealer because of where my garage is underneath my house, the flatbed won't fit. Even went to the dealer and got a new key, hoping a $20 investment would work. No luck. I am resorting to having a locksmith come to my house tonight to replace the ignition switch, which is going to cost me a fortune. Does anyone have any other suggestions before I dish out hundreds to get this replaced? I talked to two different Hyundai service departments, and both said this is rare on the Santa Fe. More common on the Sonata.