Well after much consternation of closing it up and getting F3 codes Sensor Bad and trying to figure out how I made the problem worse and wondering if I screwed up the harness I finally found a suggestion about checking the resistance right at the control panel to verify theres no problem with the wiring. So I did that and everything still checked out ok. I also found some info in my manual that said 1080 was the correct room temperature resistance of the oven sensor. So I'm nearly certain it is the control panel now. One thing I was still wondering though, does it matter what plugs you use on the sensor? I.E. The ground is listed as P3-6 and the other connector is P3-5 does it make a difference if they're reversed on the sensor. Don't think they are, but I figured I'd check anyway.