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PO113 error code on 1998 cavalier 2.4 OHC even after changing sensor and clearing original code.

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  • dclingaman Jun 20, 2009

    Sorry I posted under wrong vehicle but it is the same engine. It runs rough at idle and uses a lot more gas. I am going to get a meter today and check for broken or shorted wires.

  • dclingaman Jul 04, 2009

    I had posted this in error but yes it was the right engine and I checked the wires with an ohm meter and found the wire was broken just inside the connector before I had a chance to read your post. Our local parts stores did not have the connector but after some hard work I finally got the pin out of the connector housing without damaging it and soldered the wire to the pin and reassembled it. Works fine now.



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How does it run?

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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    Clint Smock Jun 21, 2009

    p0113 is for the intake air temp sensor. You said you have a 2.4 right? Not a 2.2. Have you done anything to it or had anything done to it lately. If seen these have bad connectors going into the sensor you can splice on a new one, the parts stores sell the plugs. It is the same as a coolant temp sensor plug.



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