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First, check to see if your ABS and your TCS fuses are good. A lot of times, if both lights come on, it senses a failure in the braking system. Your vehicle will disable the abs if it finds a problem in the braking system, hence the red brake light/hand brake light coming on in the dash. Get a code scanner that also reads the abs module. You could have a bad wheel sensor, which is tied to your TCS and your ABS system. Either that, or you ABS module could be bad.
have to bleed the air out of fuel line do this by locating the bleeder vavle on fuel rail have a friend turn the key on but not crank the car just turn key on open bleeder valve for a couple secounds close it have him turn key off do this a few time until you have steady fuel no air close vavle back vehicle should start now be careful fuel is flamable
Have you checked the instrument panel dimmer switch? It is in the center of the cluster, a black round stick. It also resets the trip meters...
Turn this, and the dash lights go dim, and then out. Or, you may have a blown panel fuse.