Q: Serial communication with device 10

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I hooked up an aftermarket radio in my car. I forgot to disconnect the battery and a couple wires accidentally touched and now my car won't start. I hooked up a code reader and got p1610 and p1626. I even lost function of the door locks, Windows, interior lights, mph and rpm gauge, and radio. I've put the factory radio back in and have got function back to the radio and Windows but still car doesn't start. I'm wondering what is device 10?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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