I'm not sure whether you can locate something like that in the specialty
auto tools section of Sears. If not, you might check a local auto parts
store. Beyond that, you're stuck with Snap-On or whoever operates the
local tool truck. To find out, just stop by a local shop and ask for the
phone# for the local tool guy. Someone there should have a phone# to hook
This sensor is probably relatively inexpensive at the dealer. I have no
idea if it's even available elsewhere.