First I'll confirm that you are right to look for the electrinic speed sensor. My 90 Accord EX 5 speed had the same problem. The sensor is located on the top of the transmission on the pass side of the engine bay. It is almost directly below the thermostat. You will need to remove the large black plastic air tube from the intake so you can get to the sensor. I bought an aftermarket model on eBay for about $30 instead of paying the $100+ from the Honda dealer, it works fine. Good luck.
where is the electronic speedometer located where is the electronic speedometer located
There is no cable. It's electronic.
The speedometer/odometer sending unit is located on the transmission tail shaft housing, drivers side.
If your odometer/speedometer stopped working, then you must replace the "vehicle speed sensor" located on top of the differential if your have a manual transmission.
the speed sensor is located on the side of the transmission, there is no physical cable like the older cars, the speedometer and sensor are electronic. If the speedometer is working and showing speed traveled but the trip meter (odometer) is not working, the speedometer itself is faulty, is the speedometer is not showing speed travel and the odometer is not logging miles travel, then most likely the speed sensor is dead.
check the vss located on the tailshaft of the transmission for the speedometer issue the odometer is figured out based on the speedometer also so it will quit as well. this sounds like either the sensor is bad or a short in the wire from it The cord for the speedometer came undone from the transmission or the gauge cluster is bad
There is no such thing as an "odometer sensor." There is a vehicle speed sensor that is located on the output shaft housing of the transmission. That sends info to the speedometer. From there, the speedometer and the odometer are both operated internally, so if your speedo is working, but the odometer isn't, you have a problem inside the speedo head assembly.
There is no speedometer cable. The system is all electronic. The signal comes from transmission and wheel speed sensors from trans and abs computers..There is no speedometer cable. The system is all electronic. The signal comes from transmission and wheel speed sensors from trans and abs computers..
It is an electronic speedometer. the sensor is located on top of the transmission. When I looked into getting a new one for my 89 it was about $80 new.
I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus Coupe V6 and mine is a digital odometer located right under the speedometer.
Abbott Enterprises offers a transducer with an ERA that converts mechanical to a electronic signal for your speedometer. They are located in Arkansas and can be reached at: 1-800-643-5973
If both the speedometer and the odometer do not work I would suspect the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) located on the tail shaft of the transmission is at fault. If only the speedometer doesn't work it's probably a problem with the dash cluster.
this is usally caused by your speed censor is gone it should be located on top of transmission drivers side of car it is the one with 2 wires plugged into it.
When those things on my 92 B250 did not work, I replaced the speed sensor located on the transmission tailshaft and that fixed the problems. Hope that helped! Mark When the speedometer and odometer did not work in my 1990 B250, I had to replace the speed sensor, instrument cluster (speedometer) and replace a tiny gear (odometer) in order to get them working properly
Most modern vehicles do not use a speedometer/odometer cable; it's all done by sensors.
There is no cable.. its electronic
I want to say that it is located on the side of the transmission. The speedometer and odometer signal comes from the ABS system via the wheel speed sensors.
Not sure what kind/year of car you have. The odometer and speedometer are both driven by the same cable. The cable goes forward from the back of the speedometer, throught the fire wall and down to the transmission. You should be able to see where the cable protrudes through the firewall. Some cars use an electrical transducer instead of a cable. The transducer is mounted in the transaxel, has an electrical cable and connector going to it, probably two wires. The speedometer on this system is electronic and receives an electrical signal from the transducer. There is nothing different looking about the speedometer to immediatly indicate which system you have. Good Luck
Under the speedometer. Push the trip meter reset button and the display will change from outside temperature to the odometer.
It is probably a bad speed sensor. The speed sensor is located on the transmission and sends a signal to the speedometer. It acts like a speedometer cable only sending electronic pulses instead of turning like a cable does.
It should be on the back of the transmission, almost directly under the throttle body. If you want to get rid of it, just unplug it, but your speedometer and odometer will stop working.
there is not one it's electronic
There is no dipstick for the transmission. There is a plug on the side of the transmission oil pan where the speedometer cable is located.
The speedometer/ odometer signals come from the ABS sensors. There is a sensor at each wheel bearing.