Does the engine turn over at all?
If so, then it's quite possible that you created a voltage spike that destroyed the computer.
First disconnect the negative bat cable for 5-min. Hopefully this will reset your computer.
If the engine still doesnt' start, then check for spark. If there's spark, then check fuel. (Injectors firing and fuel pressure)
If there's no spark/fuel, then see if the computer is sending voltage to the respective systems. If it isn't, then you fried your computer.
If there is, then proceed with a regular "No Start" problem.
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 AT 11:45 AM