This vehicle does not have a Coolant Temp Sensor, it uses the Cylinder Head Temp to the job of the ECT. It's located behind the Alternator.
Ahhh. God Bless AutoZone and their constant mis-diagnosis. Like I say, this vehicle uses a CHT (Cylinder Head Temp) Sensor to do the job of the ECT. It's not that bad to replace, but, like i say, the Alternator will need to be removed to get a clear shot at it.