2001 Camaro won't shut off when ignition switch is in off position.

Asked by Oct 10, 2017 at 09:45 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Disconnected alternator to preclude feed back. Changed ignition switch and
manually operated to off position - no help, engine continues to run. Can only
be stopped by pulling 50 amp fuse in engine fuse box.What is the next step?

2 Answers

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Seems like bad ignition switch. 2007 Saturn and 2009 pontiac had same issue. There was a recall for the ignition module. Not sure if yours was part of it.

25,715

Doe it have a after-market wiring harness or an after-market Ignition system (not ignition switch)? If so there is a power line in either or both that needs a backfeeding stop Diode in that line, you will need the after-market seller to identify this wire for placement or even a kit to include it.

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