The DME circuit's probably got fried from the voltage surge. I have no clue how to actually confirm that, but I can tell you that installing a new chip in a dead DME won't make it work again, if you want to buy one for the new DME it's gonna need, go ahead and do that. I'd try to find one locally that way you can confirm the numbers before paying. Also I'd be up that ebay sellers ass for selling me the wrong part and telling me it was something else. good luck man.
Originally Posted by Los
^He's been drinking beer and destroying pumpkins with brake rotors and sledge hammers.
So, pretty much just doing man stuff.