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A Ground was disturbed. Did you remove any wires from the Valve covers when you took it apart? Are there wires PINCHED in the valve cover? How many beers before you got the job done? (just kidding) You have 1. a lost ground or 2. a pinched power wire.
Take the cover off, but carefully inspect as you go, with your eyes AND your hands to see if it is pinched somewhere. If not, then look for any ground wires on the engine or near where you were working. You may have bumped some wire on the cowl or on an inner fender.
On my '96 Sebring it only took ONE ground on the wheel well(D) to pop a half dozen fuses until I found it- one connection with TWO black (ground) wires attached. Sounds too simple, but an electrical specialist might charge you a wad to fix it- and it takes retracing your steps to find the culprit. Merry Christmas, and good luck. Let us know what works.
Replace the battery, The one you have has been damaged due to the DEEP discharge. When you put it in. Cycle your doors locks. Lock,, unlock,,,,,lock,, unlock,,,,,,lock,,unlock, Now try to start the car.