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can't help much- does sound familiar, but can't quite pin it. you took the battery out & replaced it. may need software reinstalled, or possibly upgraded. make sure your maf is functioning properly, and well connected. how about your O2 sensor(s)? could be electronic problem with tranny- intermittent, of course!! don't you love those imps? good luck!!
Make sure you have not knocked loose the alternator cable. Usually close to the oil filter. Sometimes when removing the oil filter it will come loose and you won't be charging your battery while you ride.
To my knowledge the lights inside the ac control panel are not replacable still. It comes down to willingness to pay to replace the whole panel or deal with the light being out. I had that issue on my 02 dodge ram and i had to replace the whole unit because the lights inside it are led
remove the small wire going to starter motor solonoid and put a test light on it --if it doesnt light up when key is turned then work your way back till you find the fault,relay? contact switch on ignition??
Open the hood and make sure the car and the lights are off.
Remove the plastic protective cover.There are 3 knobs,turn halfway and pull.Put aside and out of the way.
Remove the three pins that are holding the light assembly in place.These are flat rods with a little bend at the end.
Twist and un-plug the lights,now you can remove the whole lens.
The light bulbs can also be removed and replaced from this point.
Make sure all the bulbs are working before you put it back together.
No the capacitors should be fine 35v 1000uf are actually what I was told to put in and I just put them in and the green light went off and tv started up. However, now I have no video so not sure if I jarred something lose in the whole process. Anyhow, hope this helps.
In rare instances it is sometimes the 15 pin connector that connects on the computer end. Could be at the monitor end of the same cord, if it is a connector and not hard wired to the inside. Check both possible sides for bent pins.
I once went through an extension cable and had to remove it as it was bad connections and I'd have constant color changes drifting in and out. Sorry, but most likely it is just a cheap monitor on the fritz.