Does your odometer work? If the speed sensor goes faulty both speedometer and odometer stop working.
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).
Problem is most Likely the ground wire on the motor by the thermostat
The speedometer is wired to a VSS. If it has failed then the unit will need to be replaced. Odometer and trip meter are wired into the same fuse and should be checked. If the fuse is blown the odometers will not work.
I believe that ur speed sensor is going bad to find this sensor, it rests on top on the transmission. This informs the PCM of the vehicle speed.Once this goes bad ur speedometer and odometer will not function. a screwdriver and small wrench shud remove this and install new one in same manner
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).
pull entire cluster out..its behind the circuit board of odometer
You cannot reset a speedometer. You can reset the trip meter but not the odometer. Reset the trip meter by pushing and holding the trip button.
Yes. It will work without any modifications. However, local laws may prevent you from being able to do this legally. If the odometer is built into the speedometer, the new odometer must read equal to or higher mileage than the odometer you are removing. Not following such laws may result in fraud charges if you decide to sell the car in the future.
Because u Suck!!!
the fuse is in the fuse box on the drivers side and it should be the fuse that is labeled speedometer..... only prob wit takin out the odometer fuse is then u have no speedometer......
The speedometer is on the dash like any other car....
you probably need to change the oil.
The VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is located on the transmission. If the speedometer is not working, it is rarely the VSS causing the problem. I would first check fuses and the ECU
I have a 2004 Honda Civic. The Speedometer rests at 35 MPH and when traveling at 55 MPH, it reads 85MPH.
you might try to reset the trip meter, which is a knob below and to the right of the speedometer. press and hold the select/reset knob until the number resets to 0.0
because its a 1995 honda civic
Exceeds Mechanical Limits - A vehicle with a 5-digit odometer cannot accurately track mileage after 99,999 miles because the odometer rolls over. This title is the result of a seller certifying under the Truth-in-Mileage Act, that the odometer reading EXCEEDS MECHANICAL LIMITS of the odometer. However, a Honda civic has a 6-digit odometer. Is this possible? For a Civic to have that Title?
There is no cable.... Its electronic.
It is a violation of Federal law to do so.
Because its a piece of crap car and u need to grow a pair and get a v8 if u think ur fast.
Sounds like the speed sensor on the transmision, or the conector on same. It could also be an under dash fuse. I am not familar with the accord but my civic speed sensor fuse is shared with about four other sensors and the voltage regulator. Hope that helps.
The speedometer in my 2001 Civic stopped working or would reflect very high speeds like 120 mph when I was going about 40 mph. I took it to the mechanic, he tested the speed sensor (which often seems to be the culprit) and said it was working fine. He first thought it might be the instrument cluster, but suggested I try cleaning the corrosion off the battery terminals to "reset" the speedometer first. He didn't want to do it himself b/c of the alarm/radio code. I cleaned them off, and low and behold, the speedometer is working great again. May not work for everyone, but it was an easy fix for me and might be something easy you should try before taking it in.