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are your dasboard lights at full brightness?Turn your headlight switch(it may be on the interior light detent).BTW I drive a '97 Bonneville SE and one great thing about these cars is that if you leave a light on it will shut off after about 5 minutes so it won't drain your battery overnight.
try to connect your mp3 to a PC. Check if the PC can detect your player as " hardware device" if does. scan the newly found hard drive by "ESET nod32 anti virus" if you don't have this software you can download it freely on the web. Or simply select the newly found device and reformat it (right click your mouse and select "reformat")
The LCD is broken. Sandisk does not sell the component parts needed to fix it. I would call them, however, and see if you are still in warranty. You can watch this video to see how you would take apart your player to see if it gives you any clues: