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Won't start or crank after wreck.

Is there a way to get this car to crank and start? It crashed into something and deployed the airbags. Now, it won't crank or start..2007 Chevy Cobalt v-6 w/automatic tranny. No voltage in fuse panel by fuel pump relay and start/run relay. Any ideas will be appreciated.........Thanks...Gary

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  • Anonymous Oct 25, 2008

    I turn the key on all lights in dash came on but wont start chek all fuses all OK battery is good try to star on neutral docent work

  • Andres Rojas May 14, 2013

    I know this is an old post but if you get this message I'd greatly appreciate if you let me know what was the problem, I have the same exact case.

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This is probably a safety. no explosion, shut down. check to make sure no wires were cut/damaged and look in the trunk for an emergency shut off. there might also be a shut down relay onboard. if there is it's under the hood in the relay box.

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