broken speedo

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Asked by Nov 09, 2008 at 05:13 PM about the Honda Prelude

Question type: General

what makes the speedo in alot of older hondas quit working?

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Older Preludes (At least my '89) was a cable driven speedo. The cable went from the back of the speedo to my tranny. My '97 has a speed sensor on the trans housing. I've already had to change once. The cables can get filthy and wear out. This is a junkyard part.

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