2004 jeep liberty what would cause no power to ignition after front end collision?

Asked by Jan 13, 2016 at 08:18 PM about the Jeep Liberty

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

after front end collision i have no power to ignition. battery is fully charged

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so....all you tell us is that you wrecked your car and now it won't start- now....how am I supposed to know what the heck is wrong with your car- YOU WRECKED IT- and my crystal ball is in the shop 'cuz I dropped it-

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There is an engine shut off that may need to be reset. It is called an inertia switch. How badly damaged is your car?

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it is pretty bad but fixable im having to replace pretty much the whole front all the back to core support. i di notice when taking it apart there was 2 sensors on back of core support wasnt sure if they could have something to do with it or not. and i appreciate the answer full of regrets

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