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Old 07-14-2012, 02:18 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Cd View Post
If you mean a Vehicle Speed Sensor ( VSS ), I replaced that part already.

The transmission seems to work fine untill it warms up, then the speedometer and odometer both die.

Fluid level is fine and not burnt smelling. I tried replacing the filter to the transmission, but this generation of Civic does not have a serviceable filter for the transmission.

Should I start a dedicated thread ? Or if you feel up to it perhaps you can PM me OldMech.
You were helpful once before in the past when I needed advice on the car.
It may be different for honda, but most transmissions have an input and an output speed sensor. when you say the gauges go dead the first thing i think of is electrical.

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