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Why Nissan Versa won't start after accident?

I have a 2009 Nisaan Versa that was in a front end collision. Both driver side and passenfer air bags deployed. The car has recently came from the body shop to my repair shop. The problem is the car will won't start. When I turn the key the ignition makes one click. The check engine light is on. When the car left my shop before the radio worked, now it doesn't. Can anyone tell me why," 2009 Nissan Versa won't start after accident"?

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SOURCE: 2 year old Nissan Versa hatchback started making

I had this problem and it took an engineer from Nissan Headquarters to fix it. You may have a belt of wires from behind the dash that have been worn and are causing a short. When the car is wet, the sound can be worse.

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SOURCE: Nissan sentra 1993 1.6 l

Make sure you have the plug wires on the correct plug. Check the ignition timming to make sure it is correct. After running for a few minutes pull the pluggs to see whitch cylinders are running rich. The fuel pressure and volume need to be tested.

1993 Nissan Sentra 1.6 liter DOHC L4 (GA16DE)

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