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I have looked through the posts that I could find on the forum on a PO113 code. First off no service engine light. What brought me to this point is my 2006 A model starts fine and until it warms up it is fine. After warm up it will die at stops. It starts back up fine. Checked for codes and found PO113. I have a breakout box so when through the troubleshooting tree with these findings

with breakout box connected and ecm disconnected I measured resistance between 7 and 26 should have been max of 2.8k but showed 4.26

IAT plug term 1 and and ecm 6 should be less than 1ohm I have 0.0

same test as above but with IAT term 2 and I have 0.0

between 7 and 26 it says greater 1 megohm. I am not familiar with that term but doing so shows just like you do not have the test wires hooked to anything

between 7 and ground should be greater than 1 megohm. I get the same response as above.

IAT sensor between 1 and 2 should be between 1.0k ohm and 2.1K ohm. I have 3.61 (this is a new sensor) I got a similar reading from the original and purchased a replacement.

I did the wiggle tests as discribed. and no difference.
I really don't want to let the dealer get a hand on it. They ruined the clutch hydraulics at 1000 checkup put something in and ruined all the seals. I rebuilt it because they would not fess up to it.
It has a Power Commander-V
Bike has 10K on it now
Any bit of wisdom from anyone that has had experience with this one.
Thanks
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That is the only code I have ever had on my 03 it was dirty air filter after a trip. The list of codes I have says Po 113 current IAT sensor open/high 4.21 DTCPO112 , PO113 if that helps you any.
 

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Disconnect the IAT sensor, clean the contacts with electrical contact cleaner, re-connect firmly.

If still present, replace the IAT sensor (and make sure it's secured).
 

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I have looked through the posts that I could find on the forum on a PO113 code. First off no service engine light. What brought me to this point is my 2006 A model starts fine and until it warms up it is fine. After warm up it will die at stops. It starts back up fine. Checked for codes and found PO113. I have a breakout box so when through the troubleshooting tree with these findings

with breakout box connected and ecm disconnected I measured resistance between 7 and 26 should have been max of 2.8k but showed 4.26

IAT plug term 1 and and ecm 6 should be less than 1ohm I have 0.0

same test as above but with IAT term 2 and I have 0.0

between 7 and 26 it says greater 1 megohm. I am not familiar with that term but doing so shows just like you do not have the test wires hooked to anything

between 7 and ground should be greater than 1 megohm. I get the same response as above.

IAT sensor between 1 and 2 should be between 1.0k ohm and 2.1K ohm. I have 3.61 (this is a new sensor) I got a similar reading from the original and purchased a replacement.

I did the wiggle tests as discribed. and no difference.
I really don't want to let the dealer get a hand on it. They ruined the clutch hydraulics at 1000 checkup put something in and ruined all the seals. I rebuilt it because they would not fess up to it.
It has a Power Commander-V
Bike has 10K on it now
Any bit of wisdom from anyone that has had experience with this one.
Thanks
Ben
The resistance on the IAT itself is greatly effected by temp so I wouldn't read a lot into what value you got. Sounds about what it should be. The 0.0 sounds like a break in the wire somewhere or connector/wire issue.
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I have looked through the posts that I could find on the forum on a PO113 code. First off no service engine light. What brought me to this point is my 2006 A model starts fine and until it warms up it is fine. After warm up it will die at stops. It starts back up fine. Checked for codes and found PO113....
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It has a Power Commander-V...
Any bit of wisdom from anyone that has had experience with this one.
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I don't understand your comment about "no service engine light" but that a P0113 DTC was found.

This code being set should trigger a CEL (check engine light) either as current or historic. The indicators should follow the following sequence when the ignition switch is first turned on:
The CEL and "key" icon will both illuminate and then go out after 4 seconds. After this 4 s "initiation period" these LEDs will then do one of the following:
  • The LEDs remain off. This means there are no engine, security, or chassis DTCs
  • The LEDs stay off for 4 s and then one or both illuminate again and then go off after 8 s. This means there is an historic DTC.
  • The LEDs stay off for 4 s and then one or both illuminate again and remains lit. This means there is a current DTC.
If the bike has ABS, the ABS light will illuminate in a similar fashion to indicate ABS DTCs, however; its behavior is a little more complicated.

For your setup if the IAT sensor is plugged in, the first thing I'd try is removing the PCV to see if that clears the P0113 DTC. It's not uncommon for the piggyback cable terminals of a Power Commander to have contact problems.
 

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Thanks for all of your comments. I will dig into it some more. I did question the Power Commander so I will take it out of the situation and go from there.
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Unless I'm mistaken, is that not a code pointing to an O2 sensor ? If it is, it's probably false. Or in other words, you battery voltage is dropping below it's excitement threshold.

Of course, I could be barking up the wrong tree.
 

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Unless I'm mistaken, is that not a code pointing to an O2 sensor ? If it is, it's probably false. Or in other words, you battery voltage is dropping below it's excitement threshold.

Of course, I could be barking up the wrong tree.
You're barking up the wrong tree.

As mentioned in the other posts, P0113 indicates an unplugged (open) IAT (intake air temperature) sensor.
 

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Hey guys. On my 2006. Sorry for the long time before this response. Cold weather, and work got in my way. Anyway I ended up taking the Power Commander out of the loop and rechecked for error code PO113 (IAC ). No errors to report. That being said I founnd a rubbed area that is through the nylon webbing that protects the Power Commander wiring. I don't see any actual damage to any wire but their must be because the code went away. the ear spot is at about 1 1/2 inch from the Module. The bike is run topless and gutted pipes, so I need something to adjust the fuel, etc. What are my choices. New power commander. Try to repair the damage that I don't see which is right after the shrink wrap that comes out of the Module. I do have pipes that could use O2 sensors stashed if needed for doing something different than what I have been doing. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I am at least glad I have tracked it down.
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Hey guys. On my 2006. Sorry for the long time before this response. Cold weather, and work got in my way. Anyway I ended up taking the Power Commander out of the loop and rechecked for error code PO113 (IAC ). No errors to report. That being said I founnd a rubbed area that is through the nylon webbing that protects the Power Commander wiring. I don't see any actual damage to any wire but their must be because the code went away. the ear spot is at about 1 1/2 inch from the Module. The bike is run topless and gutted pipes, so I need something to adjust the fuel, etc. What are my choices. New power commander. Try to repair the damage that I don't see which is right after the shrink wrap that comes out of the Module. I do have pipes that could use O2 sensors stashed if needed for doing something different than what I have been doing. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I am at least glad I have tracked it down.
Ben
Try giving all the connections a good clean on both the PC and the HD loom and ECU and then refit it, see if the code comes back. A lot of the time the code is thrown because of a bad connection in one of the plugs.
 
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