Where can I find the battery sensor BT3T?

An ASN EFI check results in a too high temperature indication for the BT3T sensor.

After a liquid spill the laptop battery would not charge and the WiFi did not function, everything else was OK.

I cleaned the logic board with 98 % alcohol, replaced the battery, the DC board and the WiFi board without result so I figured the logic board is still faulty.

The WiFi is working with a USB adaptor but is is a nuisance that the laptop has to be plugged in all the time.

Is it possible that the sensor prevents the battery to charge ? And if so can I replace the sensor ?

Any help is highly appreciated.

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