If you just want them off when your parked, just put on the emergency brake.
The only way to turn off the DRL (daytime running lights) is to remove the fuse that controls that function. There is no switch or computer code that changes that.
my Oldsmobile alero did the same thing. It turned out to be as simple as a blown bulb in my tail light.
lights on my 2001 oldsmoblie alero stay on after car is shutoff
how do you replace head lights on my 1999 oldsmobile alero?
brake light on when driving oldsmobile alero
i to also have a 01 alero had the same propblem was told it was the speed sensor replaced it and no more lights i to also have a 01 alero had the same propblem was told it was the speed sensor replaced it and no more lights
See the link below for a definition of dash warning lights. - TechJK ------------------------------------------
You don't, your computer controls your speed. If you do this, you turn your engine off.
to cool the coolant in the engine
There is no governor on this car. The speed is computer controlled by a rev limiter or fuel shutoff.
out of fuel, bad alternator/battery, mechanical frailer. need more info., does it crank? fuel level? any lights on dash board when car shut off?
I have same problem in 02 Alero.
check for a bad fuse in the fuse panel.
Should be labeled or just look for the bad one
Push it you will easily find that it will turn your hazard lights on.
The Alero is made by Oldsmobile not Chrysler. My first suspicion would be a failed fuel pump or clogged fuel filter.
these lights came on my 2000 alero and I needed to replace the wheel hub assembly. So far I have replaced 4 of them. I think its a defect in the car
A faulty A/C compreesor can stall the engine
Blown fuse or bad headlight switch
To keep a car running its best, a person has to keep the fluid levels maintained. The 2000 Oldsmobile Alero uses 12 quarts of transmission fluid.Ê
Make sure the bulbs are still good.
try changing the fuses for the blower or maybe the motor blower itself or the blower resistor.....................
your ignitions gone