On the video it says its the connection to the sensor gets oxidized and not the sensor its self. I ordered the sensor, do I need to replace the connector also?
Albert,I only linked that video because it shows in great detail how to get to the sensor. You only need to unplug the old sensor and plug in the new sensor. Splicing out the connector was not the official way to fix the problem. As a tech, I have replaced over 250 of those thermal sensors.Mike