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No crank no start I think something may have come loose or unplugged after sliding into a small snow embankment with front end.
 

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Start by checking the battery connections......Does it have any life at all? Headlights, dome lights?
 
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As 5LHO said, check that the battery has enough juice and that the cables are tightly connected to the posts.
If that's OK, the only other things I can think of are the NSS (auto trans) and the clutch safety switch (manual trans).
 

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Make sure you check the other ends of the cables off the battery, too. People often don't and they are grot. I wonder if anyone still has a clutch safety switch non-bypassed on one of these? Just a philosophical question......
 
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I wonder if anyone still has a clutch safety switch non-bypassed on one of these? Just a philosophical question......
I do.
 

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Make sure you check the other ends of the cables off the battery, too. People often don't and they are grot. I wonder if anyone still has a clutch safety switch non-bypassed on one of these? Just a philosophical question......
Mine's still as it left the factory 16 years ago.
 

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I eliminated it when I converted the SEFI in my coupe to run as a standalone EFI. Like other stuff here, (such as gauges, lights, etc.) and very unlike my more modern DD, it's a peripheral not tied into what makes the car run. It's actually kind of dumb how it's wired originally...at least I thought so at the time I eliminated it.
 
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