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please remove the instrument panel to check weather the speedometer is cable type or electronic type.u can see the back of the speedometer at the back u can see the cable going down to the transmission loosen the cable,try to pull out the flexible rod to check if is broke,replace with a new speedometer cable
No I believe the speed ometer cable is broken.Dissconnect sppedometer cable from instrunent cluster,romove cable from back of speedometer &transmission case .romove speedometer from sppedometer cable housing if broken replace with new & make sure you grease cable when installing back in cale housing reconnect to transmission &back of speedometer.keep posting
Speedometer cable needs replaced. It is very easy to do if you have a little common sense and a few common tools.
The cable runs from the speedometer to the transmission, Just purchase a new speedo cable and remove the instrument cluster, Look at the backside of the cluster to find the cable to the speedometer, Remove it as you follow the cable to trans replace the same way it was removed and reinstall cluster.
You don't say whether the speedometer has also stopped working. If it
is still working, then it's an internal problem in the speedometer unit
which will likely need to be replaced.
If the speedometer has also stopped, it's often the speedometer cable that has failed; have the cable checked (it could come out of its socket at either end, or be broken). This is a much less costly repair than replacing the speedometer unit.
Often the old cable can be pulled from the sleeve, leaving the sleeve in place, and a new one pushed into the old sleeve to replace the defective cable.
you need a new speed sensor located on the gearbox with 2 size ten bolts holding it on and a 3 pin connection going into it! heres a pic http://www.hondacivicrepairs.com/views/honda-civic-speed-sensor.JPG