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I have a t595 that's had crash damage

I have never run it when I Have connected the battery I have light brake lights etc etc but no neutral,oil or yellow f1 light it also does not start the fuel pump it will not turn over on the start button does anyone have any ideas please

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Strip it down and trace the wiring for any damage or disconected plugs/terminals.

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