Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Lee's Summit, MO
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I have the opposite problem. Mine won't come on. Problem is that the sensor is part of the entire pump assembly, and must be replaced as a unit. You can test it to verify that it is bad. (Don't remember the procedure, but the shop manual goes through it.)
So, yes it could be a pricey fix if you buy a new pump. Cheaper if you pick one up off ebay.
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