2001 Honda Prelude base model, Automatic, 2.2L DOHC, VTEC I was testing one of the new hydrogen generators on my car for gas mileage and had the wires ran temporarily into the cockpit of the car that were attached to the 1st and 3rd wires of my MAP sensor. I was on the interstate this last weekend when my 6 year old son reached down and grabbed the wires and grounded them against a metal part of the car. The car immediately stopped running and has not ran since then. I have read for hours on different forums and no one seems to have ever had this particular scenario happen. The car was throwing fuel when the key was on and filled up the engine compartment and was pouring out of the manifold. I had the car towed home. After checking all fuses and relays under the hood and in the driver's side floor area, I decided since the car was throwing fuel that the ECU was probably the first victim. I replaced the P5M-L55 with a P5M-L54, the closest I could find anywhere and the only one available in the state of KY. That fixed the gas problem, but after blowing the fuel out of the engine and replacing the plugs, it still won't start. I have checked a plug out of the car, before the coil pack, and after the coil pack and all the car does is spark for about 1-2 seconds and then stops. We replaced the coil, the plugs, the ICM in the distributor and the distributor cap and button are only about 4 months old. It still does the exact same thing, it sparks for a couple of seconds and then no sparks. After extensive reading I decided it might be the Immobilizer creating the problem. My dad was an electronics engineer for years so he is very handy with a soldering iron and IC boards. I had him swap the Immobilizer chip from the old computer into the new computer. Still, it doesn't work. The green key icon comes on and blinks 2 times I think when you turn the key on and then goes off, then when you turn the key off, it blinks 3 times or 5 times. If it is the Immobilizer, I did not receive the Red learning key when I bought the car. The Check Engine light is not staying on when cranking. I am at my rope's end. I talked this morning to a technician that has been at the Honda dealership for over 30 years and the only other suggestion he had besides towing it to a dealer and having them check it with the HDS was that he mentioned that there might be a main ECU relay that is located under the dash near the steering column that MIGHT have blown. If anyone out there can offer any help, it would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.