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My 2010 nitro gave me a battery light while driving and then died. Charged the battery and got it to start and then die after another short drive. Replaced the alternator. Still happened. Replaced the battery. Still happened. Was told need to replace the ECM. Could not find one anywhere in stock so purchased one from eBay. Installed by dealership. Car starts and battery now charges but car is stuck in limp mode and won't go over 55mph. Attached are the error codes. Am told some of them are ABS and bearing related... Any ideas?
 

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As far aa i know, ecm car related data like sensor identification codes and ecm related settings have to be transferred from your old ecm to your new ecm.

Plug & play is not possible. You can transfer ols to new with AlfaOBD on Android.
 

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Disconnect your battery cables and tie them together for a few hours.

See if that resets anything.

I would think the dealer would know to transfer the VIN to your new ECM. Did they?
 
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