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my CEL still wont go away, ive cleared it and cleared it so many times it aint funny. its the code P0098. i know what the code is cause ive looked it up and i still cant figure out how i can make it go away. can someone please help me out on this, the light is gonna drive me insane.:help:help:help
 

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check the wiring on your air intake sensor. Saw same post in another forum and the wiring was the issue. It melted.
 

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well the wire is fine, what else could it be then? this lil bitty light is driving me insane.
 

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Have you checked continuity across the IAT sensor to make sure it isn't open?
 

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do you have a multimeter, or at least a basic ohmmeter?
 

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hahaha. A meter that is used to check wiring. It usually has a red and a black lead on it, and usually has a dial in the middle. oh man, this is gonna be tough hahaha:)
 

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You need to take your truck to the dealer and have them look at it for you. A multimeter is a electrical tool used to measure volts, ohms, test diodes, etc. If you do not have one of these or know how to use it, you may cause yourself more headaches than you have now. The information I found you in the other post about this, you need a multimeter to do the testing.
 

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^^^^X2 good point. I was thinkin the same, didn't wanna say it though.
 

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oh yea, i always just called it a volt on meter. brought up too far in the country gimme a break.lol but yes i have one.
 

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alright, easy enough then. Put the meter on the "ohms" setting and just put your leads across the 2 terminals on the sensor. Let me know what your meter is reading and I will let you know if the sensor is OK or not.
 

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ok. wont be able to do this till tomorrow evening if not saturday morning though. goin home for easter so ill be able to do it there.
 

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let us know, and we'll get ya squared away. or at least pointed in the right direction.
 

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cheap, and if you are slow, maybe 5 minutes. haha seriously though, they are easy.
 

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sounds good to me. after doin my DP today i dont think i can tackle anything as hard again without losing it. ill let you know when i get home.
 
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