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Hey, so I have been having a lot of trouble with this. My speedometer has not worked since I got into a car accident last October. Me and my dad did all the body work ourselves and I cannot figure out what is happening. We replaced the speed Sensor. Any ideas? It’s a 2003 civic. 

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There are a few different key elements that go into how the speedometer in your Honda Civic works. Here's a general idea of how it works. The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) gear is located on the transmission, and it sends an RPM signal to the engine control unit (ECU). The ECU then translates this signal into MPH, and relays that information to the speedometer in your car's instrument panel. If the speedometer in your Civic has stopped working or is delivering completely inaccurate readings, continue reading to properly diagnose and repair the problem.

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On 7/16/2020 at 10:03 PM, Rayana said:

Hey, so I have been having a lot of trouble with this. My speedometer has not worked since I got into a car accident last October. Me and my dad did all the body work ourselves and I cannot figure out what is happening. We replaced the speed Sensor. Any ideas? It’s a 2003 civic. 

You can get a used one on eBay. Mileage might not match thou. Also you get your original repaired  

Link bellow 
https://www.upfix.com/how-it-works/speedometer-repairs/

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Hello,

Thank you for putting this post as i also was searching the solution about Speedometer. After this post i tried to check the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) gear which is located on the transmission which sends an RPM signal to the engine control unit (ECU). I checked it and got my problem solved. This is one of the best ways to guide everything clearly and help others.

Thank you so much.

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