Changed Oil Pan, Car won"t start

Asked by Dec 25, 2008 at 01:25 PM about the 2007 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Punctured the oil pan.  Installed new one, car will not turn over. Is it a sensor thing?  Can it be reset?

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15

a bad sensor wont cause your engine not to turn over try checking every thin battery,connections,starter,ect

235

Was it running before you changed oil pan?? Clearly it lost oil from the puncture.. How long did it run before?? When you say doesn't start, Cranks won't start, or won't turn over at all..?? Turn key and nothing?? No sensor to reset.. No electrical connections that should have been moved or disconnected.. Need more info..

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