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Honda fellows, need assistance with the following: always liked the Honda Accord 94 because of the body. Six months ago I purchased mine to hook it the way I want. In the past two weeks I got a problem which I need some assistance with. Here are the symptoms: car starts and runs normally, after a few driven hours the D4 starts blinking continuously and the speedometer doesn't work at all, sits on zero and doesn't move no matter what. I've been told this is a transmission prob which has been verified by a shop there are no problems with the transmission. Few friends into the Honda vehicles say it may be a computer or electric problem causing his fault. If there Is someone that has a solution or clues please respond. Thanks all for the help!

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When the Speedometer dies, try to use the Cruise Control.


If it works, then you have a wiring issue with the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS).


If it doesn't work, then you either have a bad or failing VSS or a wiring problem at the VSS.


Remember, the transmission computer uses speed data from the VSS so if there's an issue it will blink the D4.


Fix the VSS issue, clear all stored error codes. Then see if the D4 stays off.

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