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Hmm!? That's the only thing the service manual says to do when you get a P0605 (after verifying it by clearing the codes and rescanning).

Maybe the PCM took out a fuse when it went south. Have you checked those?

Also, have you checked the codes with the new PCM installed?

Does it crank? and have you been cranking it for quite a while trying to get it started? Maybe your batteries are low enough that it's not turning over fast enough to start. Look for smoke out the tailpipe when you're cranking. (but recheck the codes first).

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