Q: P0113

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P0113
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi, thanks for writing in. The title reading for code P0113 is Intake Air Temperature Sensor High Circuit. Check the intake air temperature sensor to see if it was left unplugged or have the sensor tested b a professional to see if it has failed. Consider hiring a mobile expert from YourMechanic to come around to take a look. Our mobile experts make house calls.

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