I seem to recall that the spring to return the key to "Run" is actually in the switch??
Meanwhile, the part that looks like a nail is supposed to be inserted directly into the bottom of the ignition switch, after you have installed it. What happens is that, when you push the key down into the tumbler, the tip of the key pushes down on the "nail," which, in turn, slides down to press against a small, hinged, see-saw-like piece of metal, the opposite end of which moves and presses against a switch that activates the seatbelt buzzer.
If for some reason you need to disassemble this again, it will be easier to replace the 3-sided nuts with standard 11mm nuts instead.
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