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my truck is throwing this code and i erased it with my DSP, and it keeps coming up so its def something that needs to be done, its p0113 air intake temp high output, and i forgot the other code number but its transmission control something both are PCM codes
need info please chime in... oh i just recently did a throttle body clean too if that makes any difference
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when you cleaned your throttle body did you make sure to plug the IAT back in? Maybe the IAT or the connector got dirty somehow when you were taking it off. From what ive read the high output part means that the sensor is throwing higher than 5V indicating that the temp reading is very low. Thats what i got out of it, here read this
i went back over and checked the plug, no prongs inside were bent or broke and its clipped back on tight, and my truck is still throwing the code.. this is aggrevating me does anyone know how to fix this?
Remove the powerwire and try it out.. As far as I remember reading its bad to stack a tuner and a powerwire on that. It advances the timing too much. But definately try it without the powerwire. Also I did a quick search found the sensor I think. http://www.shophemi.com/p-1676-mopar...4606487ab.aspx
only 31 bucks not bad.
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