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Error code po113

Replaces the intake sensor reset the computer but it is still shifting hard (clunking hard), plus the engine won't rev up above 4k. 98k miles. HELP!

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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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