Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 1 - Replaced [question]
Yesterday, I drove my Nissan Murano '03 to a mechanic place with the SES light on - with error code P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 1. The day before, my MO just shut off in the middle of the highway (my speed was near 50 MPH)!!! and I was with my baby inside!....thank GOD nothing happened. After 2 or 3 tries to start it up I made it to press the accelerator and drive back home (4 more miles) without any problem. Finally, I got home and researched about this issue...read, read and read. Researching I learn how to replace that sensor, so EASY, but I didn't wanted to get my hands dirty.
The Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 1 was replaced for $25, the sensor cost $106. The SES light is OFF now and after the replacement I drove to my office (around 7 miles far) everything seems to be ok...no light and no hesitation from my MO.
My questions are:
1. Does the mechanic need to do something so the MO computer can re-learn about the new Camshaft sensor that was replaced?
2. Is there any further procedure to execute after this kind of replacement??
The next work I need to do to my MO is to replace an Air Intake Duct (is because a recall campaign that I haven't done) because I didn't know about but yesterday Nissan told be about it.
Please, let me know!