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Don’t bully me for my stupidity. I had a wrench laying across both battery terminals for ~2 minutes before I noticed. The car was still hooked to the battery when it happened. Since putting the car back together I can’t get it to start. No power going to the fuel pump. I’ve replaced the main relay and checked every fuse/ground in the car, and replaced the ECU. Ive also checked the big dues under the hood. I’ve tested the fuel pump and it still works, but I can’t get the car to fire. What could I have damaged by shorting the battery? Car is a 95 prelude with a h23a swap if that matters any.
 

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Main fuse is first thing that comes to mind. Double check the fusebox in the engine bay.
 

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I am with Wing on this one! Use a tester on them instead of just eyeballing them.
 
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