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Welvome to the forum Isaac,
99% of the time all the
Sensor needs is to be taken out, cleaned and the connectors cleaned then replaced, I have done this twice with mine and it works normally for about 3 years which is the same time as a new one lasts before it gets dirty again.
A faulty or dirty
Sensor does not usually show up on the diagnostic tests.
A problem well stated is a problem half solved !
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