Certainly. It's a little tough to find, but it works well. Below the exhaust manifold on the driver's side of the block near the back, there is a screw plug. You can take that out and put the sensor in there. That's where mine is. I just used my thumb to plug it while I was getting the sensor up there. You'll get a little bit of coolant on you, but it works nicely. Then you don't have to cut wires or screw up the signal to the comp.
2011 Mustang GT
2013 Fusion Titanium