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My 94 honda civic ex is having problems with the speedometer it shows that i am going 0 mph almost all the time while i am driving and how do i fix it?

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You need a new speed sensor. it bolts onto the the back of the transmission(towards the firewall) it is plastic and has one bolt succering it in place.

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