Question about 2001 Honda Civic
I was driving and i noticed my tachometer was idling pretty high one day. the next day it was reading alittle to high before it came close to shifting. the third day it started to work fine and then it decided to not work at all. most i get it to come up if going 60 mph is maybe a the 2rpm mark. i tried restarting the car and it worked for alittle bit then back to not working. what gives?
I simply changed the spark plugs and made sure to look under the driver seat dash where all the electrical wires were and simply started to trace wires, jiggled to see if any were loose, checked my fuses, and on the clutch there is a plastic sensor that needed to be pushed back into its spot..reseated and whaa laa it was fixed.
so my advice, check for any loose wires under you dash board in the driver seat before you go spending money on other peoples advice on this site because it should be for free in my opinion. but thats my opinion.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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