after a crash, the engine will not start, i have pressed the inertia swich, there seems to be no elecrtic going to the engine etc

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Asked by Aug 16, 2013 at 12:48 PM about the Honda CR-V

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Did you check all fuses and read any codes ?

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thanks for your quick response. i checked the fuses, there was one fuse a 100 number on it, i twisted the remaining fuse wires, still no electric going to engine, the starter motor is not trying to turn, just silence, even the dash board lights dont come on. only the abs motor is running all the time

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