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the odometer gets it drive signal from the spedometer so if the spedometer is working then the only thing that can be wrong is the drive circuit from the spedometer to the odometer, the only thing you can do is replace the spedometer assembly, and now the bad news the spedometer on this car has its own computer that has to be programed to match with the other computers on the car so if you get a used or new unit you will have to take the car to GM and have the computer flashed so that it will work with all the other computers on the car.....good luck
Try checking the cable at the transmission first, then at the dashboard. If it's properly connected and not loose, you might try putting some graphite in the cable shaft housing. You have to disconnect the cable, squirt the graphite in there and reconnect the cable. You can get graphite at your local auto parts store. If that doesn't remedy the issue, then replace it!
You can get a new cable from the Acura dealer nearest you, or you may get one online. I would try online first, get the necessary part number and relative price. Check both OEM and aftermarket parts.
Then I'd go look at my local dealer and compare prices. Most often, if you're not in a hurry, online will be the cheaper option.