Troubleshooting a brief reversed polarity jumper cable event.
on 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

Reconnected jumper cables correctly and tried starting the CV. Engine would turn over but not start. Is there a "master fuse" that might have blown and could be replaced to fix this?

Thanks!

1 answer
Did you check your fusebox? Connecting cables backwards can cause MAJOR damage even if fuses blow. You'll probably need to have a competent shop diagnose it. The PCM could easily be destroyed.