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BigPitty
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5/26/2004
01:36:41

Subject: Check Engine Light after Intake Install
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WTF? After installing a homebrew intake in my 2004 QC 4.7L, I got a Check Engine Light. Has anyone had the same experience as me and/or know how to fix it? The only thing I can think of is maybe it is because of the relocated IAT sensor. But in my year/model I had no choice but to relocate it because it was in the stock air hat. Also after installing it I removed the negative battery cable and turned the key for 30 seconds. Should I try this again? If I took it to the stealer, do you think they would fix it, or do you think they would b/s me and try to void my warranty?

2004 Quad Cab 4.7L
K & N Intake, Flowmasters 40 Series Delta Flow,
Zaino Wax, Infinity Basslink



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5/26/2004
01:46:08

RE: Check Engine Light after Intake Install
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Alright I just figured out how to get the error codes. It's a P 0113.



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5/26/2004
01:50:46

RE: Check Engine Light after Intake Install
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Sorry P 0113 is "Intake Air Temp Circuit High Input ". I couldn't imagine I created an open circuit when I spliced two little wires, considering I do a lot of wire repair on the B-2. I'll Have to get the good ol' multimeter out tomorrow.



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5/26/2004
13:48:54

RE: Check Engine Light after Intake Install
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Post closed. When I went to JB Weld the IAT sensor, I glued it to far into the intake. I ended up having to chip away some of the excess glue to get a good connection between the sensor and wiring harness. Note to self and others...Leave a little bit extra surface area between your pipe and sensor when making a homebrew.



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