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I need to replace the Intake Air Temperature Sensor, can I do this myself?

(1999 Chevrolet Tahoe)
in San Diego, CA on October 18, 2010
While driving home, I lost power and truck started sputtering like it was going to die. Service engine soon came on when i Got home. Hooked up OBD2 and P0113 popped up? Any help?
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This is very easy to do yourself. It literally plugs right into your air intake and has two wires running to it. Right off the top.
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