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Sometimes they are a b---t. If they are rebuilding it they should be able to get it out. I have beat the he-- out of them before and once in a while the keeper ring will not let go.
What are you calling a restart button, inertia switch.
Any of the bushings could do it. Get a squirt can and saturate the bushings with some brake fluid to see if it goes away. Non of the suspension parts can be greased, unless they have been replaced, and they get dry, no grease, and the ball joints sometimes make a squeaking noise as well.
Plug wires breaking down.
Ground at the rear to the brake light bulb ground. Put a good known ground to the case of the brake light bulb holder, and try the brakes.
Sounds like a weak starter, or battery
Stay away from Penzoil.
Wow; within 2 minutes.
If you question is why; There are a hundred different reasons for the light illumination. Yours could be from an EVAP issue, and normally does not interfere with the operation of the vehicle. To know for sure of the reason for the light, take it to a chain parts store and they will scan it for free. Doesn't mean you have to buy their parts, then post the code here so we can advise you.
Sorry; Was relaxing after a long day. P1336 is a code that the ECM detects a chipping of the drive plate gear tooth. The signal from the crank sensor is erratic. P0340 would suggest the distributer cam, p1336 would suggest crank sensor, it can be VOM tested, SB 512-632 ohms. Does the Tach act erratically during stalling? It could be the distributer and recognizing a loss of signal and referring to the crank sensor.