Check all of the fuses yet?
So a buddy and myself were installing gauges for my air ride, and he accidentally crossed the black and red wire for the gauges while the car was running, now it will not start. I pulled out the scan tool and found out I had 15 Short to Ground codes. All injector short to ground codes, and so on. The majority of the codes are Short to ground. Reading up on this problem I heard I may have blew my fuel pump relay. I replaced this and the problem still persists. If someone could lend some knowledge or insight that would be great. Also if I'm in the wrong forum please let me know.
I checked the majority of the fuses as well, the fuel pump fuse and what not. Nothing that I have found so far that should restrict the car to start. The car just sits and cranks, it will not catch.
Here are the codes I am currently throwing:
16524 - Oxygen (Lambda) Sensor B1 S2: No Activity
P0140 - 35-10
17606 - O2S Heater Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 2 Electrical Malfunction
16826 – Evaporative Emission Control System Leak
P0442 - 35-10
17633 - Fuel Injector for Cylinder 1 (N30): Short to Ground
P1225 - 35-00
17637 – Fuel Injector of Cylinder 5 Short to Ground
P1229 - 35-00
17635 – Fuel Injector of Cylinder 3 Short to Ground
P1227 - 35-00
17638 - Fuel Injector for Cylinder 6 (N84): Short to Ground
P1230 - 35-00 - -
17833 – Tank Ventilation Valve Short To Ground
P1425 - 35-00
17880 – EVAP Control System LDP System Short to Ground
P1472 - 35-00
17843 - Secondary Air Pump Relay (J299): Short to Ground
P1435 - 35-00
17829 – Secondary Air Injection Valve Circuit Short to Ground
P1421 - 35-00
17636 Injector Circuit Cylinder 4 Short to Ground
P1228 - 35-00
17923 - Intake Manifold Valve (N156): Short to Ground
P1515 - 35-00
17634 - Injector Circuit Cylinder 2 Short to Ground
P1226 - 35-00
17525 – 02S Sensor Heater Circuit Short to Ground Bank 1 Sensor 2
P1117 - 35-00
Honestly not for that long, The gauges them selfs tie into the under dash fuse block around that nut but have their own ground wire. Would this ground cause the whole harness to fail? I wouldn't see so but I may be wrong.
Just double check the fuses in the car and nothing, then I remembered the box onto of the battery opened it up and sure enough, one of the maxi fuses was blown. Ill pick a new one up tomorrow and post into here if it fixed the problem.