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Check engine light and other inspection failures

Hey everyone .. i seem to be having more problems with my truck then ever expected i have failed inspection again this time obd emissions. the problems read
code p0113 Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input
and the rest was listed as not ready:
if anyone knows anything about New Jersey emissions tests and the code listed above please fill me in on what i am in store for when it comes to repairs
thank you

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Sounds like an intake air temperature sensor replacement would be a good place to start, then clear codes & see what happens.

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