2 cruze wont fully start

Asked by TTameka Oct 20, 2019 at 05:14 PM about the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After accident 2018 Cruze wont fully start. The
battery is good, half tank gas. It cranks up but
doesnt fully start. The gas scent is strong. The car
was hit on the driver door n the airbags were
deployed. Also the code reader doesnt indicate any
issue. Help!

3 Answers

292,115

You need to have a pro check out your car after a serious accident. The gas scent makes me thing that you will burn the car to the ground if you keep messing with it.

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9,830

There are circuits that blow when you are in a major accident. Related to the airbags and seat belts. Have it towed to the body shop.

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13,665

fuel line could be under the driver side floor pan so it needs to be checked for damage. there is alot of unseen damage in a crash. see a mechanic / body shop u trust for a FULL inspection .

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