Q: I've an 03'Infiniti G35 Sedan Sport; it's slightly knocking and running hot, I been info it could be my ECM. Need help

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It has a slight knocking and is running hot as well

My car has 1530000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.I been info that it could be my ECM.

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