Yes. One switch is for the left and right brake light assemblies; and, the other is for the 'third' brake light.
It will turn on
It is probably the dimmer switch. The contacts in the switch will get pushed back and when you switch to dims they will not touch. Had the same problem on my 91 Nissan.
Check the drivers side switch panel for the switch that locks out the passenger windows from working, make sure it is not on.
Check coolant level
It would simply float back to the surface!
The button should be pushed in , if the button has popped up/out the switch has been tripped and there would be no power going to the electric fuel pump
The switch on the back is the switch for the power supply only. The computer boots from the main power switch on the front. This particular method of switching was introduced with the ATX power supplies.
Buttons is a character in Cinderella.
They are for flipping your records out of storage slots. If not present, there were green velvet covered dividers for 23 records to be stored. You would press the button and a wooden lever pushed your record out for you.
A sweater that buttons up in the front is called a cardigan.
A short in the brake light circuit.
Switch, fuse, fan motor itself. If the whole head unit seems to be unresponsive (outside/inside air buttons also) it could be a faulty ignition switch.