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I am looking for the meaning of P O 113 on the trouble shooting

I can't figre out the code for my 2001 Grand Prix

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All P codes are generic and apply to all make and models p0113 code will always be intake air temp sensor circuit high check for 5 volt reference wire at the sensor plug with the key on, if you have that sensor is most likly bad, if you dont have that, trace the wire back and find where its broken.

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The meaning of the code is > intake air temperature circuit high input , .

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