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There is a problem in the electrics of the vehicle. First place to start is to check the alternator drive belt for condition and tension. Next place is the battery terminals and condition and tension . Third place is to have a load test done on the battery as it may have an internal short and drawing all the current from the alternator. In effect when you add power requirements ( park lights then brake lights then headlights) you are actually using more current than the alternator can supply to keep the engine system running.
Have your battery tested. If the battery is good, I suspect there is something that is ON in your vehicle. You will have to find it and secure it. With the vehicle off, you can remove each fuse in turn and measure if there is any amp traveling into the circuit using your volt/amp/ohm meter.
you have a dead battery dont try to recharge it its burn hot temperature kill the and old the lead plate inside the battery move and short out the battery i seen that a million time change the battery its gonna be fine thank you for using fixya from montreal pierre