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-


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

Best Answer Mark helpful

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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