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Old 10-08-18, 11:11 AM   #1
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Unhappy 307 slid off road - won't start

Hi,
Daughter's 2001 307 slid off the road and the impact has resulted in some wheel damage We managed to tow the car home and tried starting the car. We have economy mode active and still after the battery was replaced with a new one. Engine turn over but there is no spark to the coils. That the immobiliser has been tripped from the impact makes sense but really am not sure of the way forward. The car has had a lot of work done on it hence my interest to get it and my daughter on the road again...

Appreciate any help

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Inertia fuel cut off switch?
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Old 10-08-18, 12:29 PM   #3
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Hey, Thanks for the the quick reply. Any experience with theis issue on 307's?
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Might sound daft, but have you tried checking the fuses??

I've heard of fuel pump fuses blowing on impact, could be a similar issue?

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Economy mode and lack of electrics is irrelevant as it will go once it starts

Inertia switch is under bonnet IF it has one they were doing away with them about that age

Do the beep test
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