The error P0113 still comes up even after a new sensor was installed and the transmission shifts very hard. Found a break in one of the wires to the sensor. Soldered it back to gether. Found that the engine has a limit to the rpm when rev-ing in neutral.
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Its the air intake temp sensor. You will find it in the front of the intake somewhere. I am not sure about Geo's but if you have a Haynes or similar manual it will give you this info, you could do a search on internet an find its location. It is going to be on the air intake housing. Sometimes you can do a reset on sensors, but most of the time they dont work. Since the vehicle has some miles on it just replace it. Then clear codes an watch to see if things change. Could be as simple as connector loose
I just went through the same thing and checked the air idle control valve, and the throttle position sensor. . took it off and cleaned it. I took off the throttle body and cleaned it. Listened for vacuum leaks. Then after the same problem persisted, I sprayed brake cleaner directly on the intake manifold gasket between cylinders 1 and 2 and just like that, the RPM"S went down. I need a new intake manifold gasket.
Code 113 is for the intake air temp sensor. The sensor is telling the computer the air temp is way out of normal range. Could be a faulty sensor or a wiring problem. Sometimes the sensor is left unplugged when the air filter is replaced.
Two different problems. PO113 is a code for the intake air temp sensor. The sensor could be bad or could be another problem. The normal test is to take a scanner and "read" the air temp coming from the sensor. It should be around same as the outside air temp.
p0339 is crank shaft position sensor related error. you need to be sure that its wiring is not damaged and it is not shorted somehow. if it is broken or getting broken, car may stall, or wont start att all.
p0113 is for intake air tempoerature sensor errors. that sensor measures air ehich enters the engine. it is least important. its effect may not be noticable when weather is not extremely cold.
p0334 is for knock sensor on engine. it prevent predetonation due to ignition conditions appear. it is felt when engine is under load like climbing, and engine speed is low. check for wires if it is ok replace sensor.
we can tell that temperature sensor is not directly effects other sensors. but knock sensor and crank position sensor is to important for engine. if you have no starting issues, even cold or warm engine, invest on knock sensor first.