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Old 06-30-2013, 04:10 PM   #1
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HHR tow fuse switch

I was wondering what would happen if the switch was flipped to tow while i was driving ifand the DW accidently hit it

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Old 06-30-2013, 05:48 PM   #2
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Good question. I just went out and drove the HHR around the block. Halfway around I flipped the switch/fuse and nothing happened, car drove fine and everything worked. When I parked in the driveway I could not get the key out of the ignition until I put the switch/fuse back in "normal" position. So if the switch/fuse is activated during driving it should not be a problem until you try to remove the key. At least that's the way mine seems to work, your results may vary.

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That's what happened to me when we accidentally hit the button. It lets you know when you stop .

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The only thing I've noticed on my Malibu is that the dash and console lights don't come on.
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Thanks yall just wanted to make sure when she puts that pocketbook on the floor. LOL
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