Long story-short: my daughter's Sundance Duster rear-ended a Camry last year. Airbag deployed. My kid is fine, but the Duster was not. Because the car only had 32k miles on it and is practically new, we opted to tackle the repair ourselves w/ the help of a local body shop who straightened the frame and replaced the core support and a $350 donor car for most everything else. I have not yet replaced the clock spring or airbag, but I do have both ready to go in. I also have the donor crash sensors, but haven't put those in yet. Anyway, just this morning I'm at a point where I can try and start the car for the first time since the accident. Turn the key and I don't hear the fuel pump. The car cranks, but does not start. Everything appears to be wired in properly. I've checked a few times. Is there anything obvious that I'm overlooking when dealing with a post-crash vehicle?