Yea dudes, that was my first time with a drill, and guess what I drilled my tire too. BTW I drilled past the tail light is you looked at the pic, and only thing I could have drilled would have been the license plate light, and that was long gone - which is why I even drilled the holes.You said you drilled for the rear fender swap and you drilled for the license plate mount and you drilled for the new exhaust mounts. I've seen it happen with machine builders over the years. It's a viable possibility.
Can't say I've had this problem, but if you're not popping fuses then you have a short in your system somewhere. if you snipped or spliced any wires double check those connections, but I recommend first checking your battery lead connections. Always start at the beginning. If you disconnected positive or negative on the battery recently, the connections might have shaken loose after a few rides. It's worth a shot.Has anyone had it happen And its not the 20 amp fuse. However removing it reset the clock, trip 1 and 2 with no change to anything else.
The crime there is putting NOS on a classic camaro.Could be worse.
I arrived at a car shop just in time to see a kid drill mounting bracket holes for a NO2 bottle right through the floor of his vintage Camaro's trunk and into the top of the gas tank.
No boom or fire, thankfully.
He gobbed some gas-proof sealant on two sheet metal screws, ran them in the tank holes and went about his business.