most likely your ignition switch is bad. is not breaking the circuit.
Or your vehicale is running so rich (air to fuel ratio) that the catalitic converter is glowing red hot from working so hard to burn up the unburned fuel. So in theory even though you turn off the ignition which usually kills power to the coils ( the source of ignition) your car will continue to run because now the source of ignition is taking over by the red hot cats. This is most common on carbed vehicales, because fuel injected vehicales supply of gas along with ignition is killed when the ignition is switched off.
There are about A thousand things that will turn the light on, If your car is still running fine it is likely that there is nothing major wrong, You can take it to be checked out, I suggest Auto-Zone for A good running car.
Because there's something wrong with it. For a more detailed answer, take it to a mechanic.
Because it's in park.
starter solenoid sticking
one more click
it is still running off the battery, most of the time it will turn off when you open the door
Could be that your idle speed is too high, or engine is running too hot causing the PMC to deliver a richer mixture,
that something is wrong with it
It's probably the catalytic converter fan; not the a/c fan.
TO COOL IT DOWN
Because the car is equipped with daytime running lights
The driver of the car!
there is something wrong with your car. It's not supposed to run and its not supposed to be hot at the same time. Maybe its running for a fashion contest
If it is still on when your car is off it may be a sensor to your brake lights that may need looked at. If it is on when your car is running it may just be something to do with day time running lights. If it is still on when your car is off it may be a sensor to your brake lights that may need looked at. If it is on when your car is running it may just be something to do with day time running lights.
your key is probably still in the ignitionA bit more:The clock in my car continues to run even after I turn it off and remove the keys. The car battery is what keeps the clock running, but it uses so little power that there's no danger of it running down your car battery as it would if you left your headlights on.
Blown fuses for these accessories most likely. if not you have an electrical gremlin good luck.
You may get splashed with hot oil and get burned if you add oil with the car running, why don't you just turn the car off and add it??
wrong bulb in the rear wrong bulb in the rear
She still has to pay with the car working or not.
Perhaps you have the wrong key
Water around the outsides of the spark plug may keep the car from running due to poor spark plug wires, but the engine should still turn over.
Because the car thinks that there's something wrong with the ABS system. Get it checked out.
You cross the battery.
That piece has been recalled just take it into your Mazda dealership and they will replace the recalled piece. I had the same issue
I guess it's always running so when you turn it on you don't have to wait for it to heat up because its still warm, unlike when you turn the heat on in a car and cold air comes out and you have to wait for it to heat up. :(