Question about 1994 Dodge Shadow
First, why would you do that??? second, could have fried some of the circuit by causing the voltage potential to go back through or jump to another electrical component. look at the fuses, but also try, unplug battery, go back in car and hold down brake pedal for 15-25 seconds then go plug battery back in and see if it starts.
hope that works
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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