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Unhappy ECU Reset

I have a Jeep Commander, 3.0 CRD

The ECU had water damage and I sent it for repairs, when I got it back I plugged it in and the car won’t start or even crank. When the ignition is turned to ON the Security Alarm indicator keeps flashing, when I asked around I was told that the ECU and Keys have to be reset. What should I do now?
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