It if hasen't been to long i would take it back and tell them the problem. I would personally take it in and have someone else deal with it, or you can go to the local auto part store and purchase a headlight adjusting kit and follow the instructions provided. Depending on your situation it should'nt cost alot to have them done for your peace of mind & safety.
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It could be that your vehicle is engaging the "safe mode" upon restarting. Auto Zone and Advance Auto will perform a complimentary diagnostic check which will most likely identify the issue. The trouble codes are stored and may be retrieved even when your car is running okay.
on some vehicles there is a fuel shut off in trunk in case of a rear crash for a safety precaution so the car will not catch fire from the fuel tank. if you can not find it. just call any auto parts store and they should be able to tell you for your specific car. Auto-zone, advanced auto ETC. if not call dealer to find the location, or if it has one. Hope this helps,
First put your battery on a slow charge 6-8 hrs.then check the batteries voltage it should have at least 12-12.8 volts if it does'nt then you need a new battery.If has 12 volts after its charged and goes dead after its installed in the car then you need a new alternato.
You will need to get the computer read for the fault code.Locate a garage or dealer that can do this for you.and maybe they could try to erase it also.It will determine the seriousness of it,if it remains on fix needed now,if it stays away plan for the fix cost that will come if it returns. There are all sorts of sensors to this,seat belt pretensioners,inertia sensors,airbags,charge and deploy sensors etc etc. I hope this helps and get back to me with your findings.
That year of car , it maybe something simple such as ground faults . Have you clean any ground points on the car ? Starting with the battery posts and alternator , starter? work your way from there that is were I would start, Doesn't cost anything. Hope this was helpful.
I really hate to say this but it sounds like you need to take this car to another shop, one that specializes in electrical problems. Try going to a couple of diffrent auto parts stores and ask around. They will know who is good on electrical. Also if you live in a state where you have a emissions test done if your check engine light is on it probably won't pass.