jump leads connected wrong!

Asked by Jan 26, 2019 at 04:28 AM about the 2002 Toyota Celica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Stupidly managed to connect jump leads wrongly when battery was flat. When I turned the key a strange green arrow appeared on the left of the display but after I tried to start all went dead. Replacing the 110 main fuse restored the usual dashboard lights which look normal but when I turn the key to start, the engine turns over the way I would expect but the engine doesn't start at all. Have I blown another fuse (somebody suggested ignition fuse or IEF fuse) or is there an Immobiliser which has triggered..?  

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The 25A IG2 fuse also proved to have blown and when this was replaced, ALL now worked perfectly..!

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