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Starter will not engage will not crank

The corvette was hit in the front and both airbags deployed. We purchased a new key fob and had it programmed. There is power to every part of the car including the dash which displays all of the info center messages, gauges will check themselves, etc. The push button turns green and when pushed, the dash goes black except for the engine symbol. I can hear the fuel pump engage and the throttle valve flutter. I can even hear the starter relay, but absolutely nothing from the starter. I removed the starter and had it checked three times and the tester said all is perfect with the starter. There's pressure in the fuel line as well. Both ground wires on either frame rail are still in tact. There are a couple of broken and nicked wires coming out of the abs pump. Could that cause the power dump? The key man that came out also brought the latest gm scan tool and had access to a gm diagnostic website. He linked the car via satellite and came back with a "can buss wire" error code. Any wiring damage starts from in front of the engine forward such as lights, horn, cooling fan, etc. We have beat our brains out on this one. Do you have any suggestions???

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