your rpm gauge works off your engin your speed gauge works off the transmission where the cable slides into the transmission tha plastic geer is probably stripped
EM 6279 and EM316. Which of these works for my HOnda accord 1990 EX 5-speed?
it turns off and on depending on how hot or cold you are running its all on your thermostat
Impact wrench. It's the ONLY thing that works.
no, the shifting in the automatic works off of RPM's, it will accelerate as long as you have your foot on the pedal. the harder you push, it will down shift and go faster
My husband said that you could disconnect your battery for about 10 minutes, and alot of times that works.
I know on a 1990 Accord there is a plug over the idle speed adjustment. You can pop it out with a ice pick or small screwdriver then do the adjustment (you don't have to replace it) It is located on the passenger side of the injector housing or control body or whatever! Stand just behind your right front wheel, lean under the hood and you should see it. The plug is about 3/8" diameter. Confirmed - it works for a 1988 Honda. Thanks. : That only works on the fuel injected models. The carburated engines are more difficult to adjust.
check the spring in the thermostat or just buy a new one from autozone for 15.00
yes you can. open the dash and expose the gauges. you can actually pull the whole gauge out. at the back part there is like a twisting knob. twist that and you can pull off the bulb. then replace the bulb
two things to check, is the system charged and is the heater mix door working properly
VSS Sensor maybe.
you need to get a new windshield wiper. mine quit working and i did that now it works good as new
If the speedo works and the odometer doesn't, it neeeds to go to the speedo shop as the problem is inside the spedo. GoodluckJoe