I would start with the fuses. But I would also get a good source of information that has the wiring diagrams and colors for the front end. Then I would remove the damaged parts and the sub harnesses for them. Like the fog lights, They are normally a sub harness that plugs into the main harness for the front lighting. If you unplug all the damaged and even pull the torn/broken pieces off as you go you can create a shopping list of parts and fasteners to repair it. Both Alldata and Mitchell have DIY access portals that give you the same information I have here, they run about forty dollars for a full year of access for a single car.
There are both anti-theft and impact sensors that would keep that car from starting. Impact the would do that damage could easily trip both systems.
Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 AT 8:49 PM