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Look for little probe sticking out into return air duct area, beside controls. Usually visible when you take filters off. About 2-3" long and 3/16" in diameter, attached to small brass tube.

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If that's the case, I strongly suggest that you replace the coolant temp sensor. Looks like it's faulty and grounding the circuit. The car's computer can detect it that's why it won't start but once you disconnect it, it will for the coolant sensor is bypassed.

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P0711 TRANSMISSION FLUID TEMP. CIRCUIT RANGE/PERFORMANCE PROBLEM

P0710 DTC Detection Condition:
Either (a) or (b) is detected for 0.5 sec. or more: (1 trip detection logic)
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(b) After normal driving for over 20 min. and 10 km, ATF temp. is less than 10°C

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