Good afternoon to the whole community. I want to start by admitting that I did something very stupid. I watched a youtube video on how I can turn the VSA light off in my 2006 Honda Pilot. In the video the guy showed sticking a paper clip in the OBD port and and using a ground wire to ground the paper clip to the body of the car and then to turn the ignition and wait for the ABS light to go off and press the VSA button should re-set it. I followed all of his steps but I placed the paper clip in the wrong port on the OBD unit. When I tried to use the ground wire as soon as I touched the body of the car I saw a spark. Now the car will not start when I turn the key. When I try to engage the engine, the car is trying to start up but it does not want to turn on. I checked all the fuses in all the fuse boxes and the fuses are all good. Has anyone else had a similar issue? I am really in need of help guys. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Did I fry the computer? Thank you.