May be a little long, sorry. So I was going about 45 mph and bottomed out really hard on a dip in the road. It knocked a hole in my oil pan about the size of a baseball. The car shut off within like 20 seconds. I towed it home, replaced the oil pan, put oil in it and it wouldn't start. It's very strange. When you turn they key the starter fires off, the engine cranks, it doesn't sound bad, but it won't start. The weird part is when I turn the key to start it, the starter keeps going even if you let go of the key (returns to run but keeps going). I thought that maybe the car had some sort of failsafe where if the ECM sees a drop in pressure it won't allow it to start (idk but have seen similar before) so I pulled the negative battery cable for about 5 min then reattached but no difference. I googled how to reset the ECM and this guy working in a shop had a video where he unhooked the negative side and ran a jumper from the positive side to the negative cable (not on the battery but on the car) to clear out any codes. I tried this and let it sit that way about 15 minutes. Wouldn't even click when I hooked it back up. I tried to jump it and all my lights come on and everything but it wouldn't start. I let it sit with the jumpers on/other car running to charge up and the positive jumper cable melted right where it was hooked up to the battery (on the dead car). I have no idea what's going on at this point. Did this guy's video have me fry my car? Btw, it's the most basic model, 2.0 with a 5 spd manual. Any suggestions would be extremely helpful. TIA!