There are safety switches that can prevent the starter from cranking the engine. Do you have a test light or multi-meter to test the starting system?Also, do you have a automatic or manual transmission?
Please let me know..Thanks, Josh
I have an automatic transmission, I can get a test light
GreatThe first thing that I would like to have you check is for power to the small wire at the starter motor while an assistant holds the key in the crank position.
It is possible that the starter solinoid was damaged in the accident. It may be as simple as a failed starter..Please let me know what you find and we'll work our way backwards through the system until we find the problem.
If it would be helpful, I can get you the wiring diagram for the circuit
okay - I need to locate my test light so it may be a little while until I can reply - sorry
Take your time..
I tested the wire onto the solinoid, I can't see the starter that great or a small wire going to it, a wiring diagram would be great.
Was messing around trying to trace the ignition wires and tried the key several more times and it started. So I guess we are done?? Not sure how this works
Will do thanks for all your help. Should I close this out and give you a rating?
Okay, thanks, XXXXX XXXXX try to start again tomorrow just to be sure, Then give you an excellent, I appreciate the help.