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1994 Acura Legend temperature gauge runs hot, sometimes while driving the car the display for d4 starts blinking and speedometer dial starts to swing wildly from 0 - 80

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  • misswms Sep 30, 2008

    The same problem for me except the temp gauge issue. the manual says the flashing display and wild speedometer indicate a transmission problem.

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SOURCE: Flashes "D4" and speedometer shows 0 MPH while driving

this sounds like a Transmission Speed Sensor. ive done about 20 of them , common on hondas

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