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Also, in the attached diagram you are looking for item #16. If things get stuck for you, specifically you are looking for the location of the FV-7 valve. Go to the attached diagram first. Find that relay and see if there is something there!
The collision most likely tripped the inertia switch for the fuel pump. It can be reset by simply pushing the button. However, I cannot tell you where it is located because you did not take the time to mention what kind of car got rear ended. YEAR, MAKE, MODEL, and ENGINE SIZE would be nice when you are asking questions about your car.
If you have a reset button on your car (some do and some do not) it is located in the rear, usually on the passenger side behind a small panel....in the Sonata it would be in the trunk. These buttons normally only trip after a rear end collision.
The relay will be in your fuse panel. Also check the fuel pump fuse. The fuse panel should have a map on the inside cover to guide you to the right components.
The most common problem, however, is a bad fuel pump. After you eliminate the fuse and relay, that will be your next check. You can use a voltmeter to see if the fuel pump is getting power (key turned to ON position)- read across the fuel pump power connector- commonly under the passenger seat.
Yes there is a sensor located on the front of engine on the transmission side(single wire). It cannot be "reset". Possibly loose connection at the sensor,or a faulty sensor, OR... you could be losing oil pressure inside the engine somewhere(lets hope not) these engines are designed to run on very low oil pressure compared to cars of days gone by. The sonata 4 cylinder runs about only 12 psi. The V6 is 7.6 psi or more.
So if it is an oil pressure issue it is extremely important not to run the car before it is fixed or you will need an entire engine.