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Okay so it eventually clears, I had my battery disconnected for a few hours and they didn't clear, in that case OP should leave the battery disconnected for a while and see if the car starts/what codes come back.
 

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Mine did the same thing. It ended up being the ground wire connected to the upper radiator support. I must have used a different bolt when putting it back together and it didnt get ground
After wracking my head and looking online and this forum that had no final answers on the soution...I thought Id post my fix. I sanded the paint off to bare metal under the ground strap amd it started up. Hope that may help someone . Thanks
 

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In case my other message doesn't get to you. I want to thank you thank you thank you for reminding me about the ground wire I overlooked. No disrespect to the other guys who know so much about computers, that went on about the TMC. But besides checking fuses, somebody who works on vehicles all the time should have asked everybody to check (the ground wire). Anyhow thank you for putting your post on here. Hopefully others will get down here to the bottom and read your post to fix their problem quickly
 

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To the last post..........if you want every single first thing suggested to positively fix your car then you need a college course in 'acquiring Godlike powers'.

For one, you show no sense in commenting on the caliber of FREE help you did NOT pay for. We should just shut up and let you stumble around on your own, when you take on the work you at least need to know the most basic of power concepts like power and ground, yet so many of you have not a clue as to even how your battery powered flashlight works but boy do you gripe when somebody ELSE can't fix it quick.

Check the ground? There are commonly up to 50 on every car now. If working around a radiator one should immediately see any grounds located thereabouts or incompetency. Part of the things we really shouldn't have to say if you are good enough to do your own work. If we made any mistake there it was one of not judging the DIYer to be competent enough to do the work yet people want us to do that ALL DAY LONG. You want us instead to have to dress you like little children.

If we went over every single simple concept with every car repair there was you'd be looking at a 500 page book to change a spark plug. I doubt very seriously many of you would ever make it past page 5.

The OP clearly tilted the discussion away from grounds by saying he only messed with plugs, and has nothing to do with a standalone ground. What are the odds of that ground 'going bad' in the work done there if he did not touch it? I refer you back to my sentence #1 of this post.
 
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