There isn't one. It's controlled by the BCM. You have a shorted wire or the switch is bad. Pop the switch out and unplug it. If it still happens(shorted wire) open the trunk and pull the plug off the latch.
Have you performed work on the vehicle lately? Had the console out (assuming a floor shifter) for any reason?
If yes, it is possible that you have the cable (between ignition switch and shifter) out of adjustment.
If you suspect the brake pedal switch, are the brake lights also stuck on? Do the brake lights illuminate when you depress the brake pedal? Will the cruise control set? Use these three questions to troubleshoot if the pedal switch is functional.
If this just suddenly began, then I would suspect the brake pedal switch.
I had the same problem on my 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. I sent my radio out for repair of illumination. You can find online places that will provide shipping labels for sending the radio in and returning it back to you.
Might be your fuel pressure regulator.. also your car might be vapor locked.Next time it shuts off loosen your gas cap... If you hear it sucking in air... that's your problem...or your catalytic converter is clogging up...check the sensors on the pipes..If there bad it tells your car it needs more gas when it really don't...you will smell gas
Your ignition switch is bogus. High speed runs directly off the speed control but the lower speeds go thru the ignition switch. Do not know why but that is the way it is!!!!!!!!
Replace the ignition switch and you will be back in business.
The closed park position switch within the automatic transaxle supplies voltage to the steering electric park lock. The energized electric park lock pulls the mechanical lock in the ignition key cylinder away from the cylinder. The ignition key can then be turned to the LOCK position. The key can then be taken out of the cylinder.
Sure sounds like rusty rocker panels.When it rains water at the windshield drains into the rockers and out along the bottom of the rocker panels.If they are showing rust on the outside they are rusted on the inside.
first check the wire going to the sensor, give it a good clean on the conditions. if this does not sort the problem it could be because of the oil change, muck in the oil could of gotten into the sensor, you maybe able to clean it out but you may need to replace it. when an oil change is done they would put a cleaning agent in with the oil, this loosens any burnt oil off the engine, this burnt parts can stay in the engine and float around and even block the pressure sensor.
probably didn't connect the tacho wire to the right side of the coil for the first problem
because the engine was replaced it is possible that a sensor wire to a wheel for the traction light was damaged /disconnected
The day time running lights module , ambient light sensor , would be a good guess but that's all it would be .Do you know what these are ? Really don't think there is a short in the multifunction switch . Maybe it's time to take to a qualified repair shop , dealer ! Cadillac or Buick .
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
The Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) control module is designed to automatically operate the exterior lights depending on the outside light conditions.
The DRL control module operates in 2 modes:
• The day mode
In the day mode, the DRL control module turns ON the low beam headlamps at a reduced intensity when the DRL ambient light sensor detects daylight under the following conditions:
- The ignition switch is in the RUN position.
- The headlamps are OFF.
- The park brake is OFF.
• The low light mode
In the low light mode, the DRL ambient light sensor detects darkness, turning ON the low beam headlamps to full intensity through CKT 10.
Additionally, the DRL ambient light sensor turns ON the following lamps through CKT 9:
- The park lamps
- The side marker lamps
- The license lamps
- The tail lamps