My car won’t start?

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Asked by Feb 16, 2018 at 11:45 PM about the 1999 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My son was driving his 1999 V6 ford mustang
when he hit the curb on the Left-hand side of the
car. After that his car would not start any more has
their flight was blinking in the odometer was just
reading lines. We tried everything from
disconnecting the battery to trying to lock and
unlock the steering wheel and the car turns over but
it won’t start anyone have any idea left hand side of
the car. After that his car would not start any more
has their flight was blinking in the odometer was
just reading lines. We tried everything from
disconnecting the battery to trying to lock and
unlock the steering wheel and the car turns over but
it won’t start.  Anyone have any ideas?

7 Answers

1,510

Did you try resetting the fuel pump inertasha switch ??

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No I only tried disconnecting the positive terminal for thirty seconds and then started to turn over but won’t start. The theft light comes on and the odometer has lines across. It also has a weird sound that comes on the right side of the car when you try to crank it. Although the impact was on the left side of the car.

325

as olds403 stated......i would check that first

10

I will first thing in the morning and will post my results.

1,005

Is there an Impact switch. It should be mounted on the passenger side A Pillar under the dash. This switch trips on an impact. There will be a hole in the pannel where there is a button. press this button in and you will hear a click. This impact switch will switch the fuel pump off on impact.

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Ok so I checked the fuses in the engine compartment and all check out good, I did not see an impact switch under the passenger side of the car or the driver side of the car. I did find the rear switch and it had been completely press down and wasn’t sure what to do. After messing with it for a while I was able to find a hole where it pop back up and then like magic thanks to you guys the car starts thank you guys I appreciate it !!!!

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1,510

Your Welcome

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