Question about 1996 Honda Civic
During the winter months the speedometer does not indicate the speed I am driving until the car reaches normal operating temperature. When it does start to work, it goes crazy for a while before it starts working normally. It's a 1994 Honda Civic EX Coupe. I replace the VSS, took out the cluster clean it, but every winter is the same dilema. What could be the problem?. I know a few Honda Civic owners with the same problem. Is it a Honda problem or what?
You have a speed sensor on the transmission casing. Look in the front part of the engine bay down on top of the casing. It should be a little to the left between the radiator and the engine and has a wire plugged into it. It's pretty small and is very easy to replace.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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