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Code P0113-P0183 I replaced whole new fuel pump, i clear is code, drove 50 miles after i toke my van for emission but it still failed still showing P0113-P0183, after replace fuel pump and FTS one thing is clear my van no have fuel pump or fuel temperature sensor problem at this time (because of new fuel pump) problem is still some thing else , what i can do next, any idea ?.

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    sakandar_gre Apr 24, 2012

    After replaced fuel pump and IAT sensor why still have same code P0113-P0183 which is showing problem is still there or some where else . Your answer mentioned that for P0183 check wire connections but P0113 code mass airflow sensor sending more or less voltage to ECM **** how i can fix it or any solution ? because of i put new sensor already

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DTC P0113 - Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input.The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the temperature of the air entering the engine. The PCM supplies a 5 volt reference voltage to the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor. The IAT is a thermistor that varies resistance based on temperature. As the temperature increases, resistance decreases. Low temperature results in a high signal voltage. When the PCM sees a signal voltage higher than 5 volts, it sets this P0113 check engine light code.


DTC P0183 - Fuel Temperature Sensor Circuit High Voltage.


I suggest to check wire connections.

Posted on Apr 13, 2012

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SOURCE: 1995 nissan pickup truck fuel problem

Fuel injected or carb? Make sure fuel line itself is clear. Some pumps are designed to self regulate (carb systems) some continually pump and a psi regulator sends back the excess fuel back to the tank (fuel inj systems) If the line is obstructed then pump can't deliver fuel fulltime.

If you think pump is not on consistent, try running a dedicated wire through a switch directly to the pump. If it works then you are looking for an electrical fault going to pump. Good luck.

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SOURCE: a p0011 code and camshaft sensor replacement did not cure problem

well i know on the v6 that is true you replaced all of them. Not sure of 4 cyl but seems like it should be the same. Also I know on the v6 the variable valve timing set up sometimes did some weird failures triggering a cam sensor code. It could be anything from sludgy oil hanging up in the vvt hub or clogged passages or bad solenoids. but before going into all that(well besides maybe an oil change) I would go for the crank sensor.

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SOURCE: codes p1145 po430 p0440 p0305 wont pass emissions

Have the compression checked....Hook a vacuum guage to the engine...This should give you a good idea of how much life is left in the engine.....

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: P1320 code appeared and we replaced the cam

i just had the same problem in my bmw 325i. Probably vaccum leak or exhaust leak. Check that nothing came loose in these areas. It takes time for your car to learn the new CPS (cam pos. sensor) so give it a few days and reset the code again and see if it works.

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SOURCE: 2003 Altima-92000 miles. Low fuel light has never

yes to your first question only tests the bulb

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