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I tried to jump start my jeep with a electric golf cart. It made a big spark and now all it will do is turn over. Could this have fried the computer system? All the lights, windows, dash, and etc.. are working when you switch the key to the ON position. Thanks.

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Depends on how many batteries were in series when you hooked it up. If you supplied the full possible 36 volts, there is no telling what you fried.

Start by checking the fusible links on the fire wall and all fuses.

Lots of luck

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