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Put my camera in to look for a connector. Is it one of these?
OK, I know this is very late but I just changed mine out and had to figure out where it was located. On your picture it is the bottom connector (your can see some threads showing) This might be too late for you but maybe for someone else reading this it might be helpful
When i changed mine i did not drain the coolant fluid first. i removed and quickly installed the other one. I did lose about a pint of fluid. the whole i was worried i would drop the new sensor and spill all my fluid on the ground. so i would recommend draining fluid first to not spill it.
The sensor was not expensive. i Think about 20 bucks and removing it is just disconnecting the cable and using a deep socket (sorry cant remember the size) and unscrewing it.
You cant see it unless you remove the engine top cover to expose the coil packs,, then the radiator hose is partially in the way too. Make sure you have a socket that the head of the connector will pass into so you can remove sensor and insatll new part.
BTW,, your engine bay is awfull dirty... had a fella complain that with the service he got, we did not wash his engine
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