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If you can actually hear the engine race up to 5000 RPM you may have a serious problem. But more then likely you cant actually hear the engine rev up. If this is the case I would suspect a bad Tachometer ground wire.
if i remember right if the battery light and check engine light is on, your alternators may be bad. your battery may just have enough to keep it running for a minute or so. you can take it out and get it tested at a auto parts store. or try charging your battery for awhile and see if it stays on longer. if this is completely wrong let me know
your belt could be the culprit i had the same problem with my old ranger where the belt sliped under certain conditions and causes loss of power steering pump pressure.
the next time it happens pull the whell as hard as you can and se if it acts the same as when the vechile is turned off
on each door you will find a push type switch which closes as you close the door... open a door... push that switch... the light should go out.... keep doing that till you get to the door where it doesn't go out. I can't also be the interior light relay but test this first.