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I'm serious here, try giving it a bang on top of the dash above speedo, with open hand, and see if anything happens. Had same problem with my 95 but finally found fix. See if that makes everything come back on, and let me know, and I'll try to give you a step-by-step on remedy.
I would suspect something like a faulty mass airflow sensor, but why not take the car to an autoparts store and have them use a scan tool to retrieve any fault code(s) that are stored in the computer. Most parts stores offer this service for free. Getting the codes should end speculation and narrow down the cause of the problem. Sure hope this helped and best wishes.
32 is the tire pressure for all 4 tires and no they headlights should very transparent. There is a film on the face that causes this. Instead of buying new lights (most mechanics will suggest this) go to auto parts store and buy a kit for restoring the headlights. In this kit there should be some sand paper, resin, cloths, and a clear coat sealer. I use these kits allt he time makes it look bran spanking new. Some of them even have a 10 year warranty on the finish.
This question is a bit to in depth to answer in a step by step. I suggest that he purchases either a Chilton, Haynes, or other like manual for a step by step tear down,pictures, and torque specifications.