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Sounds like you might have a partial power supply failure. Try unplugging the power supply from everything. Ther should be a switch on the back that is red and says something like 115/220 just flip that switch over to 220 and wait 5 minutes then switch it back to 115 and replug everything in and then try it. If it doesn't work then unplug everything again and let it sit for about 30 minutes (this resets the power supply) and reconnect the wires and if that doesn't work try getting a new power supply. In partial PCB (Power Supply Board) failures the problem is that trere isn't enough power going to the system to start up so sometimes resetting the PCB will fix it temporary. You should get a new one anyway. that one will fail completely soon. Good luck!
if neither ther passenger or the driver seatbelt work it is a fuse. if not it is as simple as changing the door switch. if you dont see a visible door switch it is actually in the door and you should notice a door ajar light in the dash if the switch isn't working.
does it turn over and not start or no crank there is a relay but that isnt your problem if it turns over check fuel pressure at the schrader valve under the center engine cover (looks like a tire fill valve) if it doesnt turn over most likely cause bad starter or bad key
Try going into the menu and selecting the sound menu and resetting the sound to factory default..If this doesnt help matters you can change the sound preferences to custom settings..As long as the sound isnt distorted at low volume then this solution will apply..If the sound is distorted at low volume then your speakers may be faulty..sometimes caused by listening to the tv at full volume over long term which strains the speakers and prematurely ages them
I hope you find this helpful, I work for a cell phone company called MetroPCS and I have access to the programming codes and such. You can try to perform a master reset on the phone.
(note a master reset will cause you to lose all pictures and ring tones, however you will get to keep your contacts)
The first thing to do is with the phone in standby mode press the menu button (left soft key) and the press the 9 key for settings followed by the 5 key for phone settings and the finally 4 for security.
Next the "enter code" prompt should appear allowing you to enter the lock code, which is by default the last 4 digits of your telephone. If not that then try 1234.
That screen will disappear then the security menu will appear allowing you to press 4 to do the master reset, you should then select yes with the left soft key.
Hope you find that useful.