I thought that is where the problem was, but I hated to say for sure and have you spend the money and me be wrong.
As far as the price, you did ok. You could have saved on the labor by doing it yourself (not too hard of a job) but they didn't take advantage of you.
I'm surprised the parts store couldn't find that. In the future, regardless if the light is on or not, have it scanned. The computer will store codes even if the light is off. A hard code (one that last for several minutes without change) will kick the light.
Take care, and let us know if you have questions in the future.
Saturday, January 10th, 2009 AT 6:28 PM