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My jeep won't start

My son was hit on the rear left side by the tire the tire flare was damaged but now my jeep won't start. It sounds like it wants to but it just won't crank it had to towed back to my house

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You need to find the auto shut down relay (shuts down engine in accidents.) Likely it has triggered I am not sure if yours is re-settable or not but if not you can replace it. Generally this relay is found somewhere at the front of the vehicle, underneath, in the vicinity of the bumper. Anyone that works in a body shop can likely point it out or tell you where to look for yours. I'm sure there are a bunch of off road guys who also know how to bypass these, otherwise they would all have problems banging and bumping their way through rough terrain.Sorry I can't be more specif
good luckic with this but they keep moving them around!

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