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The first suggestion is that you have drained the battery when working on the lights. First remove the battery and use a good quality charger to fully charge it. **Note* Charge the battery in a well ventilated area and on a hard surface**. Leave it on charge for at least 8 hours.
Refit the battery and try to start the engine. If the problem continues it could be a faulty battery.
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I DO NOT KNOW. YES, SERIOUS DANGER. HAVE SHOP
RUN DIAGNOSTIC TO LOCATE PROBLEM.
NOT LIKELY BUT I ONCE HAD TO LOOSEN MY CAR's
GAS CAP AS FUEL RETURN LINE OR VENT ? BLOCKED.

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I think you could use this manual method instead.. My nephew use it to repair my car and it's totally repaired now. Here's the website he bought it from. reliable-store

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The idle air control is defective or the plug and/or wiring to it is faulty.

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Does your car have a manual transmission?
If so it could possibly be your throwout bearing.
That can usually be checked by slightly pressing on the clutch pedal. If the sound goes away then it is definitely your throwout bearing

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Have you replaced the battery in the remote

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check all suspension bushes n, shocky mounts and ball joints

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possibly the anteena coil faulty,immoblizer module faulty,wiring fault or key needs reprogramming

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You have not indicated the year of the car, but the most likely reason for your problem is the wires are broken or unhooked to the front.
I would wonder if the car were in a front end collision and was improperly repaired.
Take a test light and test the sockets that plug in to the lights, and see if they have current.
Also, check the ground wires, if they are bad, the lights will not work. Also, check the fuses, under the dashboard and also under the hood of the car to see if there is failure.
God bless your efforts.

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You have a leak in the fuel system or a defective fuel tank and or evap pump or pressure sensor or both

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Your radio is in theft lockout, you need the security code that came with the owners paperwork new.

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the last time I changed the oil in a manual tranny that is all I had to do, the level in mine was determined by putting an 1/8 bend in a piece of wire, add oil then check to see if you can touch the oil with the wire, when it does it is full enough.

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