Question about 1995 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yeah it can be replaced try a junkyard first.you might be able to get away cheap.i had the same problem in a 93 accord got mine from junkyard worked great after that
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
SOURCE: vss for honda accord 95
there is a ten millimeter bolt holding it in remove this then depending if you have a factory or afterrmarket replacement you may have to remove the three tourqe scews fom sensor and replace just the electrical portion of the swith and reuse the shaft. Be sure to lubricate the shafts oring before reinstalling and double check to makesure the sensor is seated before installing the ten millimeter bolt. this can some times be tricky because the gear on the sensor doesnt mesh eith the gear in the diff just rotate the sensor side to side if this happens until it bottoms out
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
If all the connection and power supplies to instrument cluster are ok,I suspect that the speedometer or instrument cluster is faulty but before you replace it, make sure the gear inside the transmission that drives the VSS is in good.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Hi, a few questions 1st. Did your mechanic check for engine codes? Is your Honda a v-6 or 4 cylinder?
The flashing D4 light indicates a possible transmission malfunction. You should avoid rapid acceleration until the cause of the light blinking is determined.
If you have the V-6, there is a diagnostic port to connect a scan tool to read any stored engine codes that have turned on the check engine light. This port is located behind the ashtray in the center console (most cars did not have this til 96).
If you have the 4 cyl engine, there is a service connector located under the dash on the pass. side. Inside the connector is what looks like a 2 wire plug should be attached. Take a paper clip, unbend it, and insert the 2 ends of the clip into the connector to 'jump' it. Turn the ignition switch to the on position (don't start the vehicle), and the check engine light will flash. Count the flashes, short flashes are for code #'s 1 to 9 (single digit code), a 2 digit code will be a long flash for the 1st digit, followed by a short flash for the 2nd digit. If there is more than one code, they will be separated by a pause. They will repeat so you can count them and write them down. Let me know what the code #'s are so I can help further. Curt
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
CHECK YOUR VECHICLE SPEED SENSOR WIRE FOR DAMAGE.OR THE MAGNET GEAR ON TRANSMISSION OUT PUT SHAFT IS BROKEN OR DAMAGE.IF THEY ARE GOOD YOUR PROBLEM IS IN THE DASH.BROKEN SPEEDOMETER.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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