The lights getting dim could be due to a faulty charging system have the alternator checked.
Manually crank the engine to check if it is seized. If the oil light came on, it could mean lubrication was inefficient due to low pressure and that can result in the engine seizing and not being able to crank.
Disconnect the starter solenoid wire and use a remote wire to apply battry voltage and if starter cranks, you would have to check the wiring circuit. If it does not crank, you could have a faulty starter.
Check the battery cables for proper installaytion, especially the ground circuit cponnections.
Sunday, March 6th, 2011 AT 2:21 PM