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Re: honda 1992 exi
Remove the VSS again and reach into the hole the VSS goes into with your finger. You want to use your finger to ensure that the plastic gear (inside the transaxle) is not damaged or missing teeth. Also check the plastic gear on the VSS. If either of these gears have damaged teeth, your VSS won't turn, hence no speedometer or odometer function.
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You misunderstand code, there is a VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) it's problem is that it is giving an intermittent signal. The VSS is what tells the speedometer how fast you are going (among other things) it is located in the transmission (transaxle). '91 is right around the time when they were going away from mechanical speedometer cables so it may or may not have one depending on the production date. If it has a cable the VSS is built into the speedo gear housing. If there is no cable, the VSS is in the same location on the tranny it just has no provision to drive the speedo cable If you have the new part it may help you to find it on the car but it should be in the left side of the transmission housing near where the left drive axle goes into the case. The VSS gear actually drives off of the very end of that axle inside the gear case. I think it is a 10mm head bolt that retains the VSS.