Q: Check engine light P0113

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I have a 2011 jeep grand cherokee v8 3 days ago my check engine light came on i check it and it give me the code P0113 y change the sensor and the code stil there i try to clear the code and i cant i check the voltage and. It was 4.91 V does it take time to clear the code by it self

My car has 46500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

For this issue, I would recommend having a check engine light inspection performed by a qualified professional to determine what the exact cause of this trouble code is. Consider YourMechanic as this service can be completed at your home or office.

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