Answer to: Broken temperature sensor on logic board.I have the same problem on my late 2007 White polycarbonate. Of the 2 temperature sensors, the one closest to the display originally had 1 "wall" of its base broken off. It was nerve shaking tedious as all get out trying to get that itty-bitty connector to stay in/on a (now) 3-wall base, and without snapping its itty-bitty cables! Hours, bright lighting, magnifying glass, me + every tiny tool I could muster up ... we all gathered in a room with a white floor & little more... in the likelihood that such a tiny piece would fall out of my hand and plummet to the floor AT LEAST a few times (and it did)! Over time, wall by wall, the sensor base broke down, and this week, it's now officially non-existent. My poor connector is now homeless! And now, due to a liquid spill (my first ever, forever blemishing my lifelong (17-years of computer use) perfect record!), in addition to a cracked case (my 3rd), and 80% of my screws missing, a mag safe power adapter that's held together AND attached to the port with "white" duc...