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Hi i have the exact same problems with my 94 accord ex

The speedometer does not work and nor does the cruise control work also my dash lights do not work either have u found a solution to these problems?

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Your problem is more complex then faulty gauge cluster as your cruise control doesnt work leading me to believe you need a new speed sensor its located on transmission and your lights could be faulty fuse, switch, or bulbs all of which are easy to test heres steps basically following repair manual ex:haynes or chiltons
1. troublshooting:
test fuse, relay, then switch heres how:
well fuse is no brainer but from there locate relay in electrical system section and test once light switch is activated if power is coming out of relay use schematic in section to find appropriate color wire
then if so pull lighting switch out from dash(carefully using skinny flat blade screw driver
then test to make sure power is coming in and out of switch (refer to color schematic)
if so pull gauge cluster do not unplug power leads test to make sure power is coming into illumination circuit (refer to maual) then if so pull and check bulbs (refer to manual) and replace and your done dont forget to rate me heres some bonus information for saving money on parts and accessories
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