Now that we have the Administrative stuff out of the way, let'* clear the air.
The PUMP has nothing to do with your ride control (CCR) buttons on the console. It'* a totally different and unrelated system. Rear leveling (ELC) or Electronic Level Control uses traditional rear struts WITH air assist in addition, through the use of a level sensor and pump/valve. This also adds spring rate and is a calculated component of FE2 Performance suspension. ELC (in Pontiacs) also adds the trunk inflator as a part of this system.
It has NOTHING to do with CCR. CCR uses a two-position valve in each strut to control damping rate as determined by the mode you select on your console. 99% of the time, if you have both lights on, you have a bad strut, which is HORRIBLY expensive to replace, if even available any longer. The best (and most common) course of action is to replace your struts when the 'time' comes (or suits you) with traditional performance struts up front, and performance rear (ELC) struts.
Monroe Sensatrac is strongly suggested.