Question about 2003 Jeep Wrangler
I rolled my Jeep, it was off it's tires for about 10 minutes mostly on its side. After 10 minutes enough people were present to help roll it back on it's tires. After waiting about 30 to 40 minutes for the oil to drain back out of the combustion chamber I tried to start the engine. It will crank, but not start. I have disconnected and then reconnected the negative lead of my battery. My engine compartment did not seem to be damaged during the roll. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated thanks.
Some vehicles come equipped with a roll-over valve that prevents fuel from spilling uncontrollably in the event of an accident. In many cases there will be a reset switch to enable the fuel pump to operate normally.
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