How to Troubleshoot a Honda Accord Speed Sensor?

Answer The speed sensor on a Honda Accord, like other sensors, is electronic. You cannot "see" a problem with the sensor. It might give off clues, such as stuttering or, more commonly, having a dead spot ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Wheel Speed Sensor in a Honda Accord?

Emergency driving situations usually lead to someone slamming on their brakes to stop abruptly. The anti-lock brake system (ABS) helps to prevent wheel lockage in such situations so that your 2001 ... Read More »

How to Replace the Speed Sensor on a 1995 Honda Accord?

The speed sensor in the 1995 Honda Accord is electronic, meaning that there is no longer a speedometer cable directly linking the transmission to the speedometer. Instead, the Accord's speed sensor... Read More »

The Location of the Speed Sensor in a 1997 Honda Accord?

Your '97 Honda Accord's wheel speed sensors are a part of the car's anti-lock brake system (ABS). Each sensor monitors the speed of each wheel to help determine whether ABS-assisted braking should ... Read More »

Directions for Replacing the Speed Sensor in a 1991 Honda Accord?

The wheel speed sensors on your Accord are part of the anti-lock brake system. They work together with the car’s computer to determine individual wheel speeds as well as the braking patterns ... Read More »