Hi all, bit of an odd one here and couldn't find anything similar searching the forums. I've just had 125k service done at independent garage using all Honda parts from HH and had the gearbox oil changed for first time in car's life using Honda AFT3. I went to pick the car up and they admitted that they had broken the speedo sender. They used this opening to fill the gearbox (unusual?), and in doing so lost the required shim washer so that when replaced, the sensor was too far in and the end was damagd. They have ordered a new one from Honda and will sort out. However, as soon as I was driving home, I noticed an issue in that trying to change from 4th to 5th, the lever was ending up over-shooting the 5th/6th plane and ending up in the reverse plane, making 5th selection impossible and having to take the lever back to neutral and carefully move the lever slightly to the right to get it into the correct vertical plane. This was happingat least 50% of the time, the other times it seemed OK. This was never an issue before the service. How could this be connected to an oil change? Another strange issue (other than having no speedo, no satnav, no cruise, no trip computer etc.) was that I noticed that the car was hiccuping and coughing a lot when cold and then when warm was suffering from jerky throttle response, seeming to open/shut the fuel too aggressively, making for very jerky progress. Could these be linked to a missing speedo input to ECU, or is something else wrong? There are no codes displayed, although I have had the inlet manifold runner solenoid code intermittently in the past (can't remember exact code off top of my head), but that has never had this effect on running. Slightly miffed, as after a simple service my car seems to be a mess, but maybe all coincidental?