I've never heard of that problem. But racers have to disable those steering wheel locks
, so if you like, I'll talk you through it.
The way the lock works is that a pin is forced up through the steering
column from underneath. The pin is at the end of a little hinged flap,
and a spring pushes this flap up towards the column. When the key is
removed, the flap is freed, and the spring pushes it upwards. So, all
you need to do is remove the spring. That way, gravity wins, and the
pin never gets pushed upwards into the column.
Removing the spring is not that hard, really. You don't even need to
remove the steering column trim. Under the center of the steering
column, at the end of the ignition switch
you'll find a rectangular metal piece. Drill a 3/8" hole right smack
dab in the middle of it. If you aligned the drill right, a spring will
fall out of the hole (or maybe just get wound up on the drill bit).
Once you remove the spring, the little flapper that sticks up into the
steering column to lock it should be allowed to drop, and your steering
Of course, yours is already stuck for some reason, so I can't guarantee
that removing the spring will allow the pin to fall out from the
steering column. If necessary, I suppose you could try to insert a
screw into the flap through your new hole, and then use the screw head
to try to pull the flap down.