I assume that you are talking about the engine side of the cable... I don't know if it's the same as on a '91 civic, but if the car is on the ground you are going to need an assistant to slowly roll the car backwards while you try to get the end of the cable back into the gromet. Just keep the pace real slow and keep pressing on it, you'll feel it when it snaps in.
There is no cable.... Its electronic.
A 98 Civic does not have a speedometer cable. It is an electronic speedometer. So if you are having problems with it not working the most likely culprit is the vehicle speed sensor (VSS).
There is not speedometer cable on a 1996 Honda Civic. There is a throttle cable. Top replace this unhook it from the throttle body and gas pedal. Hook on the new cable to snake it through the firewall. Properly hook the throttle cable to the gas pedal and throttle body.
To replace the speedometer cable for the 1998 Honda Civic, first purchase the cable for about 7 to about 11 dollars. Then, remove the negative battery cable on the vehicle and open the instrument panel. Remove the three terminal connector from the speed sensor and replace it with the new one.
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.
I believe there is no cable to the center and speedometer
it should be at the back of the gear box but most of them are electric its all down to what model
How do you adjust the kickdown cable on a Honda Civic 2000 ex
The speedometer cable hooks up to the engine in a Honda Accord. This is how the vehicle is able to calculate speed.
try pulling out the dash. there should be a cable of some sort back there. spray some WD40 on it.
Bad speedo cable, Try some light oild like WD40 and if the problems goes away than replace the cable
It hooks up to the transfer case.AnswerIt hooks up to the transfer case. What Year is your Civic?If its a 91-95 Its easy to locate the Cable. If its a 96-2010 It Has a VSS. I Suggest you bring it to a pro.
The cable that controls the speedometer needs to be replaced more than likely. That is what had to be done to a Dodge Stealth's speedometer to work properly. ==New Answer == Actually - there is no speedometer/odometer cable on a 1993 Honda. The system is all-electrical. So it has to be either a bad wiring harness/plug connector, OR a bad speedometer head (unlikely).
could be the speedo cable?
Loose or failing speedometer cable Speedometer head needs repair
Shift cable? or bar.
the first cable - after +
unbolt it from the tranny and unscrew it from the back of the speedometer head in the dash and pull the whole cable out and visa versa to reinstall.
possible cable Remove from transmission and check if in one piece - if not remove speedometer head and replace cable to transmission and head
there is no cable its a speed sensor and is located on the back side of the tranmission u can see it and get to it by removing the rubber intake tube running from the breather bax to the intake manifold
take it off the tranny and take it off the back of the speedometer and pull it out and just reverse the process to reinstall it.
Look at the left side of the front axle. There should be a cable running there between the lower leg of the fork and the hub of the wheel. That's the speedometer cable. The other end should be connected to the back of the speedometer.
A speedometer might go out in the 1994 Honda Civic DX because of a faulty cable or fuse. It might also go out because of an electrical issue like exposed wiring.
Where the cable hooks on to the transmission there should be a little screw what adjusts the cable.