I do not know,
Like I said it is a real PIA when it comes to reverse polarity. You have to basically start at the battery and check everything that is connected to it. Some items will be fine. Like the window motors, lighting equipment, and things that were not powered up when you connected the battery. But all the rest are suspect until proven good.
If you look at the images you can see a few of the potential problem areas. Now some of those will not be effected because they are open ended (like the power outlets), are relay controlled and the relays are commanded on (like the heater blower motor or fuel pump) or are simply not polarity sensitive (bulbs, hazard lights, headlights).
But you have the ABS control module, power-train, control module, alternator, transmission control module as just a few items that could be damaged.
There also could be some parts that you would not think could be a problem but could fail, like a relay that has a diode inside it which blew.
Your best bet is to get a good manual that has the full schematics and start tracing them out and testing the parts. The diagram below is just one page of about fifty that covers the wiring. Plus the manual will tell you how to test some of the other items. There are a few companies that have online accounts for this. I cannot tell you what to buy, but I find Mitchell's wiring and instructions to be the easier to follow. Alldata is a close second. The images below show Mitchell on the left, Alldata on the right for the same circuits.
Images (Click to enlarge)
Thursday, January 26th, 2017 AT 3:34 PM