Cable could be loose.
The 1995 Accord ghas a hydraulically operated clutch, notg a cable.
There is no cable its electronic speed sensor
thermosat could be stuck open or low coolant or heat control cable could be broken
The speedometer cable hooks up to the engine in a Honda Accord. This is how the vehicle is able to calculate speed.
Loose video cable
I believe there is no cable to the center and speedometer
Check for a bad ground. Follow the ground cable from the battery to the car's frame. If there is corrosion, remove the bolt, clean the area, and reattach.
depends on the problem, it could be the hood release cable, or the latch. latch is very simple, the cable is also simple, just more of a routing problem.
Your distributor might need to be replaced. Answer #2: Check for loose or corroded cable connections at the battery posts; also, a loose belt could be the problem.
No the clutch is hydraulic.
Disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes. Unless you repair the problem it will just come back on.
No repairing the cable. Replacement is the only option.
Since you replaced the sensor, and the speedometer still isn't working it is possible that you will need to replace the speedometer cable. Check the cable first to be sure that it is still properly connected, and if so replace the cable to see if that solves the problem.
By having the problem repaired and the light reset with an OBD2 scan tool. Pre 1996 remove the negative battery cable for 5 minutes.
Disconnecting the negative battery cable for 5 minutes will reset the ECU. However, it will just come back on if the problem that caused it to illuminate is not repaired.
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If a 1992 Honda Civic's speedometer is erratic, the problem could be the speedometer cable. It could also be the speedometer sensor malfunctioning. Check both components carefully.
you might want to change your transmission filter to see if that stops the problem----------whoever changes filter have them check the fluid in pan of transmission to see if its gritty if it is or smells burnt if so your clutches might be slipping hoped this helps I really don't think changing the filter is your problem or you would have no shifting if the filter was clogged, your problem is more the tv cable (throttle valve cable) is out of adjustment, this cable controls the speeds the transmission shifts at. your overdrive is probably working but because the cable is out of adjustment it causes it to shift a lot later take your car or truck to a tranny shop not a mechanic ask him to adjust the tv linkage then drive the car see if it's better more time then not it's that cable ...good luck to you ...
Try the same set up that gives you trouble with another cable. If problem persists it is not the cable.
Yes! a coaxial cable can go bad. Yes! you can suddenly lose the signal from an atenna because of a bad cable. A a new coaxial cable may fix the problem as long as the damaged cable is the source of the problem. However if the signal problem is at the tap or one of the splitters in your home you will need to call your cable company to fix the problem.
There is no distinction between a USB 1.1 and a USB 2.0 cable. A USB cable can be operated at either speed. If I took an A to B USB cable from 1995, I could use it with the newest devices on the market with no problem.
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