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This could be an alternator problem. Make sure the alternator is charging the battery. Make sure the drive belt is intact. If an idler pulley froze up that could cause a burning smell. Check all battery cables and connections, I would run a battery test and charging system test on this, low voltage can cause all the lights to come on.
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