I only notice this after I have driven somewhere and turn the car off and get out.

I have looked in the manual and it says nothing about an emergency brake. It may be called something else.

It stalls and the dashboard says "Volt", but I have been told the battery is fine.

They won't turn off even when it's on off.

My 02 buick les is running like crap. Catalytic converter cut off, throttle pos sensor just replaced, coil packs and module replaced, all recent. For starters, I drove my kids to the bus this morning and I wasn't even pressing the gas, it just went. It idles very rough. If it sits for a day straight, usually damp mornings, it won't start at all, just turns over. I have to turn the key and hit the gas for ten minutes before it will start (very rough) but it's the only way. It's like there's gas but no spark. Yesterday I stalled out at the kids school, pulled to the side, shut her off and turned her back on and it was fine. I can't afford a shop and would like to do everything myself. Tell me this is possible! Single mom just looking for a lead!

I was driving and all of a sudden the wheels seem to lock

Is it possible it could be the contact wire to the starter I understand it might be a purple wire with a fuse in it

No turn over lights that I left on dashboard is the security light the battery light and check engine soon what could be the problem have remote starter click it twice it goes to the procedure of like it wants to start but then just goes dead

Car running hot after only driving five miles from home.

got engine to turn over but will not fire...checked fuel pump its good...sprayed starter fluid while turning key its no good...have read some suggestions for crankshaft sensor...but would like a better idea of where it is

Had the system completely flushed this winter, but the output hose from the heater is still cold even with the engine at operating temperature. What should I look at next?