They charged me nothing.
I have a letter from Chrysler warranting my ecm for life.
It was cheaper for them to reflash then giving me a new one.
Anyone with a 05 should check if yours is the same.
I bought mine new, I am not sure about a used truck.
I jumped in my truck yesterday and noticed the check engine light on, checked codes and I had P0602, P2509, P1755. Tried to drive it and the auto trans wouldn't shift out of first. Did some reading on here and determined the batteries were probably the culprit (original from Aug 2004). Replaced with Duracell's (East Penn mfg) from Sam's and all is well. I've know I needed batteries for a while because of the slow starts but tried to hold off long as possible, the driver’s side battery was so bad the neg post actually pulled out of the battery when I was removing the terminal LoL.
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