Yea, I found the part last week thanks to members of this forum. I ordered it and should be coming in a few days, all for around $35, shipped.
To get rid of the MIL light, you will have to get to your onboard computer, which is located to the right of the gas pedal by your feet inside the car. You will have to remove the plastic cover (there are two plastic screwy things, and two nuts). It's a little tricky to get to the nuts, but I used an angled wrench and it worked. Pop off the plastic cover. You'll have to force it off the hump of the computer. Once the cover is off, you will be able to move the computer off the floor and I find it works best to move it towards the passenger side. Look at the back of the computer and you should see a screw that is behind a plastic see-thru sticker. You will need a flat-head screwdriver. Remove the plastic sitcker thing but don't do anything. Put your keys into the ignition, and turn it to the ON position, which is as far as you can turn it without starting the car. Now, go back to the computer, find the screw, grab your screwdriver, and turn the screw carefully clockwise until you feel a slight pressure. Do not turn it past the pressure point. Hold it here for at least two seconds, and then turn the screw counter-clockwise until the original pressure point. Now, look at your MIL light, you should see it blinking. This is the error code. To clear the MIL light, turn the screw clockwise again to the pressure point, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back counter-clockwise back to the original pressure point. Turn your ignition key to the OFF position and then start your car. The MIL light should have gone away.
There's actually a few posts that explains this process. I'm just regurgitating this info to you. Hope this helps!