How to turn power switch off

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Asked by Jul 19, 2015 at 02:16 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Tracker 4-Door RWD

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Are you having problem removing the key from the key slot? Try wiggling the steering wheel to release it. Is that what you mean by power switch? The ignition key?

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If by power switch you mean an orange light on the dashboard, this refers to the transmission. On the console just to the left of the gear selector is a rocker switch marked N, AT, and P. When the switch is in the P position the transmission is in the power mode and operates as a 3 speed automatic; you will have faster acceleration but will forfeit fuel economy. The N position is the normal mode and the transmission functions as a 4 speed overdrive type. If you push the switch the N position the power light on the dashboard will go out.

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