This weekend, I swapped out the spark plugs on my 2007 Camry V6 XLE 3.5l/2GRFE. Obviously, the ones on the rear cylinder bank were the hardest. Anyway, while stretching in to reach the rear center plug, my knuckles hit the wires attached to the sensor right next to that plug, screwed directly into the valve cover. The wires ripped right out of the sensor, leaving the sensor still attached to the valve cover and the wires disconnected. Not knowing what else to do, I soldiered on and put everything back together. Also, there appears to be a similar sensor on the front cylinder bank, next to the center spark plug. I found it on AllData... it's the VVT sensor, or at least the connector to it. That doesn't tell me much, though... So, anyway, now I'm getting a Check Engine light and a "Check VSC" warning on the dash. I don't have the ability to check what code is being thrown, nor do I have the money to have a dealer tell me. I guess the question is: - Any suggestions how to replace/reconnect it without buying a whole harness or part thereof? Thank in advance, folks.