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Old 08-07-2003, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Speed sensor on 92 Si

Has anyone replaced a speed sensor on a 4th. Gen? I have a 92 Si and speedometer stopped working yesterday and CEL came on. I'd like to know how easy (or difficult) to do it myself. Any suggestions with cost, location of sensor, tips will be appreciated.
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It's pretty easy once you find it. On the back of the transmission. Costs about $100 to replace though.
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Old 08-07-2003, 01:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the response. I just found the part on hondaautomotiveparts.com and it's $114. I don't think I have a choice but to replace it since I can't really drive without the speedometer working. Besides, I've driven over 200K miles, so this is a sign of aging.
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It's fairly straightforward. As stated above, the hardest part can be locating it. Look in the 4th gen FAQ for the service manual, there are probably instructions there.
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Taking it out is very easy. Hooking up the ps hoses back are a major p.i.t.a.
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Oh yeah, I forgot you have to re-bleed the PS system. The fluid is kinda pricey, but its not hard.
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Is this required? I did mine without taking off any hoses or bleeding. (at least not on the car's part)
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i have a problem with my front right wheel speed sensor is this the same thing he is talking bout?>
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i have a problem with my front right wheel speed sensor is this the same thing he is talking bout?>
No, his is connected to the speedometer. Yours is part of the ABS system.
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ok thanks i was slightly confused for a moment
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Hmm i have a broken right front wheel speed sensor and ordered what i thought to be that part off www. hondaautomotiveparts.com. THe description is "SENSOR ASSY., R. FR. " and product #112266. Can anyone verify if this is the right part? I already ordered so hopefully i can cancel if it isn't. They should have a honda part # on there. Hurry plzz i just ordered today.
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