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Where is the speed meter hook up located for 1991 Honda Civic hatchback?

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2011-09-13 11:11:39
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you can reach the speedometer cable from underneath your car or from above. its located near the firewall about mid center of the vehicle on top of the transmission. it will have a rubber hose over it, to get to the clip. note* that when taking it out you need to remember how it went in or you wont get a reading when you drive your car again. i had the same problem on my '90 Honda civic after i replaced my clutch components. hope this helps

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