Really hoping you guys can help me out with this. I recently just did a clutch replacement on my '08 Acura TSX/non-navi. Only 38,000 miles on it but clutch went out already (wife can drive stick but has bad habits with holding clutch in). While dropping the transmission, didn't see a sensor or plug still connected and it snapped when the tranny came out. It's located underneath the "levers" that shift the gears in the transmission. Pictures to follow. My friend and I tried replacing it with an exact same connecter from an old Acura Integra and it fit. Made sure the wiring was correct and shrink-tubed it after i twisted the wires together. Tested the clutch before I put the air filter box in. Car drove like new. After I put everything back in, I noticed my "Check Emissions" light came on, Speedometer can't tell me how fast I'm going and my mileage counter isn't moving. I've driven at least 10 miles, but mileage still reads the same as before I started the work. Anyone can help me think this out? I tried re-doing the wiring, not working. Bout to check the fuses next and then try and get codes done.