If you hear the relay kick in, it is sending power to the fuel pump. Now, either you have a damaged wire that supplies power to the pump, or for some reason, the pump went bad. I want you to try something before we move on. Purchase a can of starting fluid. Follow the directions on the can, and spray some in the throttle body. If the car starts for a few seconds (until it burns the starting fluid) the problem isn't related to the security system.
When the security system locks the car down, normally you loose both spark and fuel. However, if you hear the relay, that tells me that the pump should kick on. The test will assure me that the ignition system is working and not kicked.
If that is the case, let me know. If so, you will need to check to see if there are any damaged wires from the accident under the vehicle. If not, you will need to remove the fuel tank and check if there is power to the fuel pump. If there is, the pump will most likely need replaced.
Let me know what you find.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009 AT 1:34 PM