If your ecu has same code (software) as our test vehicle, we can sell you one.
Do you want to send your ECU in?
There are very few Muranos in my area, I doubt there are any in the salvage yards.jaak said:Quick, find a wrecked Murano to get the ECU from!:2:
I'm guessing this means that the immobilizer info stored in the ECU is matched to some code somewhere else in the vehicle? This doesn't make a lot of sense to me, how else would the dealers be able to swap ECUs?You have to send yours in because of immobilizer.
The cost is $495.00 + shipping.
If it is like other immobilizer systems, it has to communicate between the ECM, Cluster and Immobilizer to verify the VIN.Tyler_Canada said:I did some research and it seems the Murano uses a newer version of the immobilizer system. Which is to say, if all keys are lost (or the ECU is swapped), the vehicle needs to be taken to a dealer to be reprogrammed. So I would have a non-functional Murano sitting in my garage which would have to be towed in so they could reprogram my keys into the ECU.