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After I completed the heater hose replacement. One of them sprung a leak. I now have an error code 14. That is the temperature sensor. But which one?

I thought I might have broken a wire but after repairing what I thought was broken I still have the error.

To clear the error another web page tells me to unplug the Serial mating plug. I can't find that anywhere in my manual.

Anyone have any ideas?
 

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Maybe some coolant got out and into a connector, and crossed a wire or two/// I dont' think there is much in the way of wires on that side of the engine, but its a possibility...

Code 14 - Coolant sensor
Usually indicates a bad fuel injection coolant sensor. May also indicate a bad engine thermostat or a stuck viscous fan clutch. Refer to test 14, continuity test procedure.
 
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