Okay, I found it. It is the one held in with a clip. First, pull the connector off and see if it is wet inside. These commonly go bad an leak through the sensor into the connector and then out. Also, there is an o-ring on the sensor. If it isn't leaking through the sensor, remove the old one, make sure where it goes into the engine is clean, and lubricate the o-ring prior to install. I usually use something like vasoline. If you don't lubricate the o-ring, there is a good chance it will be kicked and leak.
Make sure the sensor is fully pushed in and that the clip is properly seated.
I attached a pic of the sensor and circled the o-ring that I mentioned. However, remember that the o-ring may not be the problem but instead, it is leaking through the sensor, into the electrical connector, and then out.
Let me know if this helps.
Saturday, August 29th, 2020 AT 1:00 PM