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You may have cooked the fuel pump. Cars today use a fuel pump in the gas tank. The pump uses gasoline for both lube and to help keep the pump cool. Anytime the tank is below 1/4 the pump is working harder and running hotter than normal. If you drove it for 2 hours low on fuel, the pump may have died. I would check the fuel pump relay to make sure the pump is getting power, if it is not, you can bypass the relay to verify it is not a pump problem.
Possible causes of the oil light coming on are - low oil pressure dirt in the passage behind the oil pressure switch a faulty oil pressure switch. Most people either replace the switch or have the oil pressure checked with a mechanical gauge.
the engine light can come on for many reasons.....from your petrol cap not being put back on properly to a major engine fault......so it is hard to diagnose what it might be....if you take the car to an auto parts place, some will read the code for you for free, and then you can make your decision from then....this is the only piece of advice I am able to provide with this information....
The reason for the light to come on an the after you have switched the vehicle off and back on again and the engine light stays dead is because the control units of the vehicle will reset when the ignition is switched off for 10sec. If the light stays off the it might be that the car got a wrong reading from a sensor and caused the engine light to come on. If it was a serious problem the light would have come on again