Both fixes are simple and inexpensive to do on your own. That way you can be sure it's a good one. Please or to join the conversation. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2002 and Accord 1992-2002. Remove it and put it in the back seat. Lately my speedometer keeps dropping to zero, and sticking there.
I've taped that up but it didn't make any difference. I think the tests may have be done incorrectly. If it works, then you know the horn is good. The wires inside theres a bunch of thin wires bunched together to make up the wiring harness, which is located underneath the air intake manifold. I know it's an old car. Just crawl under the car when it is up on stands and gently turn over the pack of wires under the intake to expose the bare wire or wires.
You will see if its broken or not from there. Although your issue may fall under one of these sections, it is recommended diagnosing all the possible reasons provided in this article. Reverse the order to install. One test to see if this is … the problem is to press on the right hand side of the instrument cluster sometime when the speedometer is not working. A new speedometer can be picked up at your local auto store. I let the unit sit over night in the oil.
Unless I did the tests wrong. Temperature changes can also lead to cold connections. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. This fuse also protects the alternator so when blown, the battery wasn't charging and the car lights pulsed got brighter and dimmer. If that is good, then apply 12 volts directly to the horn. This sounds like a major problem, but most of the time there is a simple solution.
This article applies to the Honda Civic. Wrap the electrical tape around the wires where the wires are rubbing against the metal piece. If it is turned on when your vehicle goes over 10 miles per hours, it could be the cause of your speedometer display issues. One of the teeth on the wiring harness plug was completely missing. The speedometer is controlled electronically, so there is no mechanical cable. However, before you decide to pay for labor costs, try to detect and replace the faulty gauge cluster yourself.
Has anyone seen this happen to you? After a bit of googling, I found this: ------------- If you look under the intake manifold at the rear of the engine there is a pack of wires. If the whole gauge cluster doesn't work then you got a different problem, probably a fuse or a lose connection somewhere. Better option, is to hit e-bay. Every other function except the speedo works, as far as I can tell. I too need the diagram of that, but is there really a real mechanic that's fixed this issue before? If you are able, remove the cluster, take the cable off the back, and pull it out of the sheath. Door jamb tire information sticker. I removed the cluster and pinched every single connector pin take apart all green connectors 1 by 1 and still no fix.
This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. This article applies to the Honda Accord. I hope this helps some one in the future as it's been bugging me for 9 months and now I'm glad the problem's resolved. If you try to remove the torx screws first you will drop the tool and have to remove all the lower panels to retrieve it. Will be driving along, and all the guages.
One for constant inaccurate speedometer readings, and the other for intermittent readings or a complete failure. If Your Speedometer Gives Off Intermittent Readings or Has Completely Failed Step 3 — Check the wiring A wire may have shorted or broke. Driven easy its whole life by a girl. The transmission feels weird when this happens, but it's hard to explain how. Make sure you pick up the correct panel needed for your Honda Civic.