Help please. I replaced the front brake pads the same method as a traditional car. (Popped out caliper. Pushed piston in. Put new pads in). I did not pump the brakes after installation (forgot to do so). I drove off to test drive. A block later as I approached a stop sign, I smelled something similar to burning brakes (this might have been some of the oil I spilled when I added oil just before I left). Went to the next stop sign 100 yards away and was able to stop. Made a slow left turn and MFD displayed a warning and ABS (and maybe other ones too) light came on. I pulled over. I don't remember if the car shut itself or if I turned it off. Now, I can not get the car started. Had car towed home with wheel lift tow truck. Tried the following: - Press brake, push Start: Car appears to power up then shuts down immediately. Lights appear on dash, then go out. The squares around P,N,D,R,B are the last ones to go out. - Press start to go into ACC mode: Radio and clock power up without problems. Pressing start again results in same symptom above. - Tried to read code with ODBII scanner: all I get is "ERROR". Appears that it's not linking. - Jumped pin 4 and 13 of OBDII connector: I was able to go into Diagnostics Mode. I saw battery voltage to be 11.6V (too low). Got new GS battery from dealer. Now, voltage reads 12.6v-13.1v. Same no-start symptom. - Tried putting 2-amp charger on jumpstart post in fuse box: Left charger to charge for 4 hours. Tried all the things above. Same symptoms. Removed charger in fear of overcharging. HELP!!!! I'm running out of ideas. I'm afraid that if I take it to the stealership that they'll just replace parts all over until they get it started. Nothing obvious is indicated in Diagnostics Mode. OBDII reader can't read code.