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Codes P0102 & P0113

Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby Sierra Man [OP] » May 19 2020, 1:51pm

Morning guys,
I have decided that I want to eliminate the check engine light on my truck and start using remote start. It was no big deal until recently.
Anyway, the truck is a 2008 GMC Vorec Max with the 6.0. The codes are a P0102 nd P0113 which are for the IAT and MAF. I ordered a new MAF from RockAuto. I ordered the AC Delco and got it installed. I cleared the codes and fired the truck up. After a few minutes, the same 2 codes popped back up. Is there something else I need to look at?
On a side note, after I cleared the codes, the truck would not start. It would fire right off, but then sputter and die. There was no throttle response. After about 10 attempts, the trucked fired off and smoothed out. Not sure if this is something that needs to be looked at or not.
Thanks!
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Re: Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby nealinator » May 19 2020, 2:08pm

Did you inspect the plugs to make sure they were not corroded or damaged along with the wire harnesses?
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Re: Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby Sierra Man [OP] » May 19 2020, 7:21pm

I did not notice any corrosion or anything. I will check again after work today. I am just afraid that when the squirels got my wiring harness before, that it might have damaged something else. I was hoping someone might have some voltage readings on the wiring.
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Re: Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby davester3500 » May 20 2020, 4:24am

There's a diagnostic procedure for each of those codes, which detail a number of steps to go through to figure out what's wrong. There are basically no codes where code = replace this one part.
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Re: Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby Leowiththemax » Jun 03 2020, 2:35am

I have the same issue, I just put the engine back in it after pulling it to do the DoD delete, changing cam and switch to all standard lifters, got it running and tuned it with hptuners to remove the DoD, but now I have this p0102 code I didn’t have before, found anything for yours? I replaced mine with a Duralast maf sensor from autozone but same issue... please post what you find!
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Re: Codes P0102 & P0113

Postby Sierra Man [OP] » Jun 03 2020, 9:11pm

I have not had time to look at mine yet. I do know that you should go with AC Delco parts. Sometimes the aftermarket sensors will not work. Just A thought.
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