That's why I made that post back then for the hope itd help someone. Glad you found it. Hopefully that's your issue and is easily fixed. I was afraid the dealer would try that "you need a sensor" stuff. That thing is crazy expensive if you price it out.
I was just going to come update and say I found a thread that explained the issue. It was your old one, so thank you for that. I'm going to call my local mechanic and see if they can do it to avoid going back to the dealer. They like to overcharge for small things like this...I had an issue where mine somehow tripped a code for my steering angle sensor. Luckily my buddy had a scan tool that was able to recalibrate it without going to a dealer for it.