Hello I will help you with your question,
Did you clear the error code after replacing the sensor?
Is the wiring damaged or spliced?
Is the sensor a Chrysler product?
Let me know what I can do to help
no splicing or damaged wires that i can see. the sensor was a denso
Did you clear the code after replacement?
Then you will have to measure at the computer to see if the input from the sensor really is high and if it is inspect the wiring for a short to voltage. A scantool will show if the reading is stuck high and be a better substitute for pinpoint testing with a meter.
Let me know what you are equipped with and I can post the appropiate procedures.
For now this is the criteria for the trouble code set and you can see the possibilities.
Let me know