Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
try to unplug the sensor and put a jumper wire between the two terminals and tie it up somewhere it won't get damaged. This should make the light go out. Drive with it for awhile and see if the light comes back on. If it does come back on, you may have a wire in that harness rubbed through and grounding out somewhere. Check it over and see if there's any rubbed, exposed wires. If you find them and they're not broken you can reseal them with good results.
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