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code p 0113 refers to intake air temperature (IAT) sensor --circuit malfunction===causes wiring open circuit / short to positive ---wiring short to ground ---ground wire defective --IAT sensor---ECM
the MAF ( mass air flow) sensor has nothing to do with the fault
the fault is in the wiring or the IAT sensor
code p0705 refers to transmission range(TR)sensor/switch--PRNDL input--circuit malfunction===causes--wiring--TR sensor/switch---ECM/TCM
I would have the TR sensor/switch checked out first and then the TCM module.
An the auto parts stores just want to sell you a part , just because the code has a sensor name does not mean the part is bad , all sensors have two or three wire's , all coming from the PCM/ECM - engine computer . The electrical circuit could have a open , short to ground , a short to B+ power . The PCM could have a problem . Never change parts without testing . An if that's all you can do , then you need to take it to a qualified repair shop .
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Transmission Range (TR) Switch Circuit
The transmission range (TR) switch is part of the park/neutral position and back-up lamp switch assembly and is externally mounted on the transmission manual shaft. The TR switch is a multi-signal switch. The PCM supplies ignition voltage to the TR switch on four signal circuits (A, B, C, and P). Each gear selector lever position grounds one or more of the switch circuits. In order to determine the gear range selected by the driver, the PCM compares the voltage combinations on the signal circuits to a look up table stored in the PCM memory. PCM detects the selected gear range by the state change of the switch input. Refer to Transmission Range Switch Logic table.
Switch input to the PCM is represented on the scan tool as HI and LOW. HI indicates an ignition voltage signal. LOW indicates a zero voltage signal. The four parameters represent transmission range switch signal A, B, C and Parity.
When the PCM detects an invalid TR switch signal combination, then DTC P0705 sets. DTC P0705 is a type C DTC.
From reading your post an my years of experince your best bet would be to take to a qualified repair shop . You do not have the knowlede or tool's to fix these problems .
Install a Scan Tool .
Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
Select TR Sw. on the Scan Tool .
With the Scan Tool , observe the TR Sw. display while selecting each transmission range: P, R, N, D3, D2 and D1.
Does each selected transmission range match the Scan Tool TR Sw. display?
Go to Intermittent Conditions in Engine Controls - 2.2 L
Go to Step 3
Yup, if you scanned your engine computer and you got a code P0705, you can bet that's why your Check Engine light is on.
P0705, however, is NOT a Vehicle Speed Sensor code on this vehicle. It is a Digital Transmission Range Sensor code. It is caused by an open or shorted circuit in the TR-1, TR-2, TR-3a or TR-4 circuits. This code CANNOT be set by an incorrectly adjusted TR Sensor.