Question about 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Take out the fuse that applies to the 12 volt sockets and check the terminal with an ohmmeter to see if there is resistance. It sounds like a fusible link is burned up or there is a short in the wiring somewhere. Look close to the area where you were working on the speakers for any signs of burned, melted, or broken insulation on any wires. I would lean toward a burnt fusible link caused by the power surge when the power and ground touched. Hope this helped.
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