Q: Q: Speedometer and odometer not working

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My speedometer and odometer are not working. My Check Engine light is also on.

Hi, have you had a chance to get the engine code checked out? Other Integra owners have reported similar issues and usually the VSS or Vehicle Speed Sensor as the culprit. Both the speedometer and the odometer use this sensor to gather information and can’t function without it. I would recommend you get a certified technician to help you diagnose the issue with your speedometer and the Check Engine Light.

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