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code p0500 refers to vehicle speed (VSS) -circuit malfunction===causes wiring ---VSS---ECM
replace the VSS
I do not have the other codes available but from your description of the faults and the fact that the VSS is involved I suspect that the other codes will refer to a TCM problem
Room lights have connection with the door switches as well push buttons built inside the light. So if any of the switches is not working then the light would not go off. This problem can be identified by checking your door open light in the meter panel. If it remains on then you need to detect and replace that switch. In order to detect that which switch is faulty, you open door one by one and press its on/off switch and observe if the door light in meter goes off. If it does then you need to replace that faulty switch.
You should also push light itself and you will feel its on/off push buttons.
without seeing the the offending little so and so its difficult to put a finger on it ,firstly try starting it with some either spray ,then when its running take it to your local garage and let a mechanic have a look,the symptoms you describe could be caused by a variety of different faults accumulating into one ,from the auto choke not working to a dodgy fuel pump or a loom problem ...
Your link broke off. What might have happened is the car got stuck in 1st, and when you shifted to second, the link broke. Not too clued up on your car, but you probably need to drop the gearbox. On some cars you can take out the shifter without having to drop the box and still see if the link is broken. Good luck
Leave your Radiator Cap on for Preassure and look at your Radiator from Underneath. Should be at the Very bottom facing the Motor. Looks like a Wing Nut. Slowly Loosen this Wing Nut and your Coolant will Drain. The cap is left on to pull the Coolant out of the Block as you do this a Little bit into this you can Take the Radiator Cap loose and it will speed it up.