Hello guys. Deperately need some advice here. Car is 2006 Volvo XC90 2.5T. The original engine was damaged and had to be replaced. When we replaced the engine we brought over the ECU with the new engine. Car wouldnt start and throws a ECM710B error code. We then discovered that the CEM has been water damaged and was non-functional so we picked up a used CEM off eBay. We then sent to some guys in Staten Island to have the CEM programmed. However the old CEM could not be read and so the new CEM was programmed based off the VIN I believe. Either way, a couple hundred bucks later and car still won't start. I live in Kingston, Jamaica and unfortunately we do not have a Volvo dealer here. So we took it to a small Volvo shop and here's what we've been told: I need to locate a donor volvo and take the ECU, TCM, CEM, DIM, Brake Control Module and steering column (and keys) from that Volvo and replace all of these modules in my car. So far, I've been able to locate a donor vehicle with all the parts except the DIM (instrument cluster). My questions is this: 1. Does this course of action (replacing all modules and steering column) sound correct? 2. If so, is there any way to change all the parts i've located and still keep the original DIM (and possibly program it to the 5 new parts)? Any other suggestions? Thanks for the help.