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I'm Billy and i will assist you with this.
I would first suggest that you check the following:
- check battery cable contacts (these should be clean and tight).
- check engine ground cable contacts (thick cable from chassis to engine)
- check for any blown fuses, and press fuses tightly into spot.
If these do not fix the issue, you would need to have the car scanned to retrieve the fault codes (fault codes are present since warning lights are on).........and the fault codes should pinpoint the faulty component(s) or wiring.