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2008 PT CRUISER WHEN THE AIRBAG IS DEPLOYED DOES THE ENGINE TURN OFF?

 
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Old 26 Jun 2010, 09:56 pm
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Exclamation 2008 PT CRUISER WHEN THE AIRBAG IS DEPLOYED DOES THE ENGINE TURN OFF?

I recently was in an accident
My airbag was deployed and my keys wouldn't come out of the ignition and the engine wouldn't turn on.
Is this because I have internal damage or is this because the airbag was deployed?
any bit of information helps thanks so much
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Old 28 Jun 2010, 09:20 pm
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Default Re: 2008 PT CRUISER WHEN THE AIRBAG IS DEPLOYED DOES THE ENGINE TURN OFF?

You most likely have internal damage within the steering column. The car should be fully driveable even after an airbag deployment.
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