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You need to take your car to Autozone to get the computer scanned. The lights are on because the computer picked up a problem with your car. They will scan it for free. They will tell you what the problem is and will probably tell you the parts you need. Try to go asap, it may get worse. Then you will know why the lights are on. If you need anything else, fell free to contact me. I am here to help in anyway I can. Thank you for using FixYa.
Just had starter changed on Mini Cooper S '06. Tried to start the car after come back from shop and: outside and dash lights are flashing, window goes up and down but the engine wont start. Help solving this mistery.
the engine control unit has detected a fault light illuminated which in turn reduces ability to gain high revs as a damage limitation exercise , known as limp home , car requires diagnostic computer to check fault codes to indicate faulty component causing ecu to go into limp home mode