Ouch, no good deed goes unpunished.
The starter system on your car relies heavily on communication between modules on the car. The front contol module controls a relay that controls the starter. The front control module has to receive a command from the powertrain control module, which in turn must see an input from the ignition switch and clutch switch as well as get a go/no-go command from the remote keyless entry system.
Do you have a CAN compliant scan tool available? (CAN = Controller Area Network). You could still have fuses failed and have one of the essential modules shut down and with that loss of communication end up in the no-start, won't crank condition. Use a test light and check for power at both contacts for EVERY fuse.
Otherwise you really need someone who has a StarScan, or StarMobile, or the new WiTech.