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    Default fault code 0110

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    P0110 Intake Air Temperature Circuit Malfunction
    any ideas how to sort this please? and what symptoms may occur?

    cheers!

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    ok this has got me thinking..
    my car struggles to start usually, i.e. not first turn of the key. Could this be the cause?
    If the air temperature sensor is knackered and telling the ecu that its like -40 it could overfuel and flood the engine thus making it hard to start correct?
    Il get the multimeter out tomorrow and have a play.
    Anyone know where i can get resistance values and voltages from?

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    Air temp sensor is sometimes built into the MAF sensor (not sure on vectra ?),which probably means that a new one is needed.

    But yes,the code would certainly indicate the reason for the poor starting.

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    yeah the air flow and temp sensor are next to each other within the same unit.

    just put a meter across the temp sensor pins and got a reading of around 2k ohms.
    From what ive been reading about different air temp sensors from various cars 2k ohms seems to be about right for around 20 degress C like its been today.

    Am i right in assuming that leaving the battery disconnected for about an hour will clear fault codes logged in the ECU?
    I tried this today just to make sure the the 0110 code wasnt an old one, but it still appeared on testing it after a 20 mile drive.

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