Remove the instrument bezel first. Pop out the emergency flasher controller and there is one screw behind there. There are two screws above the steering wheel as well. Then gently remove the bezel. The instrument cluster is next with four screws. After you remove those four screws, pull out the instrument cluster and unhook the three electrical connections. If you are removing the actual speedometer you need to remove the plastic case from the instruments. Pull off the trip odometer rubber piece and then there are six tabs that hold the unit in place. Simply pull it out while depressing the tabs. The speedometer then can be removed by three screws on the back of the cluster.
because its a 1995 honda civic
To remove the door panel from a 1995 Honda Accord LX sedan the mounting hardware must be unscrewed. Afterwards the mounting clips can be pulled off along with the door panel.
Remove the access panel for the flywheel underneath the car. Then there should be another panel you need to remove and the cable is bolted in. Unbolt it and trace it to the rear of the car.
Purchase the following: -OBD2A to OBD1 harness -P28 ECU out of a 1992-1995 Honda Civic EX/Si Have it professionally tuned and have them remove the governor.
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remove the rubber plug on the instrument panel (front of speedometer)Insert a small pin and hold for a few seconds, all done
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It is possible for a speedometer to go on and off on a 1995 Honda Accord because the parts are worn out. A new speedometer mechanism may be necessary. Also, check to see if there are any loose parts. Rain and debris from a roadway can cause damage to the speedometer cable.
Remove the door panel.
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To remove the door panel you will need to find and remove all screws. Once you have taken out the screws you will need to gently pull the panel away from the door.
remove the four bolts at the front and the rear
First, use a screwdriver and remove the screws in the panel and remove the clips. Gently pull the panel off the door frame and remove any wire connections and pull the panel off the rest of the way.
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check the fuse panel
If it is a stock model speedometer, there is no speedometer cable. there is a sensor on the transmission which transmits signals in a wire to the speedometer assembly, which is on your dashboard. If you have a problem check the speed sensor, or the wiring to it. JOEDI
Using a screw driver, remove the screws and the clips from the door panel. Gently pull the panel away from the frame, and remove any wire connectors. Then pull the panel the rest of the way off.
Type this into your search engine. "1995 Honda Civic fuse panel photo" and you will see many photos of the fuse block.
I'm not too sure about the 1994 Honda accord because i don't have one myself. However, in most cars the speedometer sensor is located on the transmission, close to the point of engagement between the transmission and the front axle. The speedometer is attached tho the transmission with bolt(s) depending on the car.
It is easily accessible, remove the bottom of the rear seat by taking out the 10mm bolt that's in the middle close to the the seat belt buckles and remove the access panel under the seat. There it is.
get a used one and replace the computer chip on the back of your speedometer. you have to pull the whole cluster apart. There are two screws above the radio so you will have to pull that out to to get the cluster out
not all Toyota corolla's come with tachometers but if it has one it will be on the left side of the gauge panel next to the speedometer.
Using a screwdriver, remove the screws and the clips in the door panel and pull the panel away from the frame. Remove any wire connections between the two, and the panel will come off the rest of the way.