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I'm not a mechanic and I know this is an old post but I have the same car and in my research trying to figure out what's wrong with mine I have found in several posts that the MAF Sensor is bad because if it is bad the cars computer will NOT let it go past 2000 rpm's. When I saw that number in your post I KNEW that was the answer.
U can reset the light with a OBD 2 code reader (prefered method) or u can disconnect the battery NEGATIVE cable for 5 minutes, this erases everything including radio stations and time settings, so if u klnow anyone with a OBD 2 code reader do it that way.
IF U GOT THE OIL CHANGED AT A SHOP THEY SHOULD HAVE DONE THAT FOR U...HINT...HINT...OTHERWISE U CAN DISCONNECT THE NEG. BATTERY CABLE, WAIT A FEW SECONDS, THEN RECONNECT THE CABLE. THAT SHOULD RESET EVERYTHING.
tail lights work on a different filament than the rest of the lights you mentioned, it is possible both bulbs are burned out for that filament. if not, check the fuses as the tail light circuit in some cars is on a seperate fuse. the remaining possibility could be bad socket contacts.