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Keep the meter on it until it stops dropping.
How many volts are you seeing key on, no start?
How many volts cranking?
If the FICM is bad, $1k at the dealer is about the right price for the FICM plus labor.
But there's a bunch of other options out there:
1) Repair it yourself (solder)
2) Buy a used FICM ($200 - $300) and send it to PHP or IDP for FICM programming (PHP has a much faster turnaround time and is about half the price of IDP)
3) Send your FICM to Swamps for their repair/upgrade