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The park brake sensor is located above the brake pedal and their are two sensors beside each other.I think the top one is the one that's bad I think it's a blue in color.That sensor is for your cruise control and park brake
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Jesse, almost always when there is a severe drain on the system its usually the alternator or starter. Here's what I need you to do: First take off the negative battery cable, then remove the big red wire at the back of the alternator, then hook the negative battery cable back up. NOTE: Using a voltmeter hook the red lead to the negative battery cable and hook the black lead on the other side of the vehicle on a good ground: Turn the meter too millivolts and it should read around -0- volts BUT if it read 1.3 you still have a draw on the system. Hook the red cable back up to the alternator and unhook the red cable from the starter and check the reading again, if its around -0- volts you have found your draw. If neither of these are the problem then I would suspect the amplifier because they cause a big drain as well, unplug the amp and recheck your reading. Please send your thoughts and family and friend to my website click here to check out my testimonials: http://www.bigasautorepair.com/
Starter located on the engine, from under car look between engine and radiator, where engine connects to transmission, that is the starter. Check links below, press the helpful button Chevy HHR starter location and removal
Most likely cause is the 'stop lamp switch'
It is a electric switch located on the brake pedal inside the car, about half way up on the brake pedal.
Pretty cheap too, I think the switch is only like $25 bucks.
2 connectors on the switch and then it turns out.
hope that helps
hi jesse, there is two fuses which you will have to check, first one is usually in the main cockpit of the car in a box under your leg holes so to speak and usually quite well concieled, the second is under your bonnet and is more of a oxo cube sized block called a relay, very hard to examine for faults but if you look on the lid of both boxes you will see pictures of all you electricals on them and the numbered position for them. careful though as you have three fuses for lights alone and lots more for instruments and such. hope this helps?let me know if i can help you further.
the first time i sent this the system overloaded and i had to try again
it is located under the car just behind the diff right up high with push fuel joiners(possibly thread on one end) when i had the same problem, it was infact the fuel pump, because the AU use a fuel pump that requires fuel as a lubricant, it is located in a small pot in the fuel tank that is filled from your return line. if you run low on fuel they tend to run dry and wear out. i tested my pump pressure by fitting a VL inline injection pump. as this worked i replaced the fuel pump(which in an AU is a very nasty job) and have had no problems