Question about 1998 Honda Accord
It could be that any one of the terminals have become loose!
Check that first & then if OK, the potentiometer &/or the pneumatic line that moves the needle. Thus the assembly attached to the wheel along with all terminals need to be replaced.
If none of the terminals are loose my recommendation would be to replace the entire odometer with a new one if you drive above 60 mph on a regular basis to get an accurate reading. So replacing the whole, would be my advice for safe driving & not over speeding too!.........sodeep
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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