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I have a 98 dodge avenger and the oil filter gasket started leaking and I lost all the oil. The car shut down and now after fixing the seal and adding oil it will not start. No spark or fuel. Is there a reset for a safety shutdown? Do I need to bleed the system somehow?

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Try unhooking the battery for 5 mins then rehook

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