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Old 12-10-2007, 03:21 PM   #1
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ScanGuage doesn't read intake temperatures.

Just received my Scan Gauge and I love it!

Only problem is, the temperature reading on my intake never changes from 40 degrees fahrenheit.

Is there a sensor that should/need to be replaced? Or do I have something setup wrong?

Also, getting a trouble code PO113. (Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input)

I have a feeling these issues are related.
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Old 12-10-2007, 03:40 PM   #2
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Look at you with your Fiero! I used to be a fiero nut back when I first started driving. I actually still own one but I never drive it now except for the rare occasion. I've owned an 86 SE V-6, 86 GT and a 88 GT that I still own. Infact, my 88 has T-Tops and I pulled the stock 2.8 liter V-6 out and replaced it with a caddy V-8. I love that car but it's a gas guzzler so it sits

Cool to see a fellow Fiero owner
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:28 PM   #3
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Hey iBubbs! Congratulations you just trouble shot your faulty air temp sensor with the scangauge!
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Hey iBubbs! Congratulations you just trouble shot your faulty air temp sensor with the scangauge!
Haha, thanks.

Now to figure out how to replace the damn thing. =\
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Look at you with your Fiero! I used to be a fiero nut back when I first started driving. I actually still own one but I never drive it now except for the rare occasion. I've owned an 86 SE V-6, 86 GT and a 88 GT that I still own. Infact, my 88 has T-Tops and I pulled the stock 2.8 liter V-6 out and replaced it with a caddy V-8. I love that car but it's a gas guzzler so it sits

Cool to see a fellow Fiero owner

I love my Fiero! When money is available, I definitely want to do that Northstar conversion.

Definitely one of the funnest cars I've driven over the years.
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