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My D4 light is blinking, my check engine ligbt is coming on, and speedometer is going crazy to not doing anything in my 1994 accord Auto 4 cyl. Any advice?

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Get the codes off at a place like autozone where they can read the computer. Then you can go from there. But in any case it sounds like the electronics that control all of these are bad. Maybe a short or bad wiring. Possibly a sensor. Get the comp checked first.

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