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Hey!

i bought a 2003 wrx that was in a front end collision, the rad was pushed back a bit but nothing to crazy, no damage done to the timing belt cover. The car however won’t turn over, it cranks and i’m able to hear the fuel pump prime. One thing I did notice was the voltage would drop to zero when the key was turned to the “start” position, don’t know if that’s normal or not. Any suggestions on what to do in order to diagnose the issue? As well passenger side airbags did go off.

thanks!
 

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Voltage to zero does not sound normal. Check for a loose earth connection and/or try jumpstarting.
 

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Find a factory service manual and chase wires.

Verify you have air, fuel, spark, and compression. An accident hard enough to send an airbag is enough to do major damage.
 
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