It's very likely that your pothole was deep enough to trigger your impact sensor. You can download a copy of your Chrysler Sebring Owner's Manual from the Chrysler owners website at http://www.chrysler.com/en/owners/manuals/ to find information about how to re-set the emergency fuel shutoff sensor.
It's also possible that the jolt from the pothole may have loosened an electrical connection somewhere in the vehicle, which is preventing it from getting power to the starter. You may need technical assistance to get full resolution to this problem. For additional assistance, please find an AskPatty Certified Repair Shop at http://www.askpatty.com/search/?type=all&m=30&q=&keyword= and they can help you diagnose and repair the problem.
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