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I have not done it so im not 100% sure but there should be two wires going towards the sensor, if you set your multimeter to test for continuancy (spelling) connect it to each of the wires leading to the sensor it will test to see if there is a break in the circut if you know the wires are alright (also by testing for contiuancy) and there is no circut then the problem should be the sensor if there is a circut then the sensor is 100%.

Its not as difficult as it sound if you have problems let me know and I will try and guide you how to do it.

I suspect the sensor is a sealed unit so I dont think it would just go bad but depanding on how old your rangie is it might be a little tired
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