Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
We have replaced the VSS already and still no working speedometer. The guage needles are also not lit up. The other guages in the cluster are working, although they still have no lit up needles. Do we need to change out the whole cluster for this?
I would recmend changing the cluster as you have changed the vss and it seems to have other issues with lighting up other needles in the cluster
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Sounds like a bad speedometer sensor. Usually located on the transmission. The only way to fix the speedometer is to replace the sensor.
The Variable Speed Sensor (VSS) has failed. You will have to get it replaced. Both are driven by an electrical signal sent to the cars computer by the VSS, and converted to SPEED, and DISTANCE driven.
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