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this is a problem that can appear after your car battery died, cause the car didn't reset propely, so taking the battery out and putting it back in or letting your car die again would do the trick. I tried a lot of reprogramming procedured for my remote key, none of them worked, what did the trick though was simply unlocking the doors via the all door unlock button on the passenger side door, so simple.
Probably a starter. It sounds like the starter solenoid is working, but the starter motor is not energizing.
You could try this simple trick, but Im about 85% sure you have a bad starter.
Have a buddy help you push the vehicle in neutral for a short distance. When you get it moving at a walking pace, put the transmission in Drive, and let the vehicle come to a stop. You may hear a little clicking, but thats OK, it wont hurt anything. Put the transmission back in Park and try to start the engine again. Sometimes the starter gear gets stuck on the flywheel and it wont engage when you try to start the engine. This trick may move the flywheel a little so the starter can engage.
If you try to start the vehicle and there is a click when you turn the key, but does not start, you may have a solenoid problem. This is usually about 3 inches long and 1.5 inches in diameter and attaches to your starter. Try giving it a sharp tap with a hammer as this is often enough to loosen contact points inside. Cheers
The newer models usually don't have to have the entire bulb replaced. Under the hood you should be able to look behind the light in question. Reach down where the wiring goes to the back and twist the bulb casing to the right and pull it out. There should be a sorta hologin type bulb. How ever if you have a model that it is just wires that plug into the bulb with no plastic casing then the whole bulb might need replaced like the old days. Let me knpow how it turns out. Please bekind to my attemp to help. I can't see what you have. A thumbs up for the effort would be greatly appreciated, Raz
On most of these cars you can open the hood, reach in behind headllight, find the plastic ring behind headlight, turn counter-clockwise and remove the ring, Then take the bulb, turn and pull that out. Now that everything is out, unclip and pull off the wiring harness and replace with new bulb. Put new bulb in, put in socket and turn to lock in position, then slide down plastic ring and turn and lock this into position.