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Old 28 Jul 2013, 09:16 pm
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Default Why has my 1999 Honda Accord suddenly have odometer numbers vanish?

The word "Trip" and the letters A and B for the trip still appear but the numbers for both the odometer and the trip are gone. Is there possibly a fuse blown and if so where can I find it? I have looked at all of the fuses but none of them are labeled for my issue. It has no effect on the performance but I do like to know what my mileage is for oil changes and the like. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 28 Jul 2013, 09:32 pm
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I doubt that you'd find a fuse that is just for the digital odometer cluster display.You probably have a bad connection either in the wiring going to the dash cluster gauge assembly or the cluster gauge assembly circuit board has a bad connection or it's faulty.There maybe a module that's linked to the cluster assembly and you'd need to check a factory service manual to see exactly what's in that circuit.Here's a link to a site that offers totally free downloads.















http://www.spoonertuner.com/manuals































































Hope that helps and best of luck.By the way try putting the key in the run position and tapping on the dash above the odemeter. If the odemeter does start to work again the circuit board or wiring has a bad connection and you should be able to pick up a whole cluster gauge assembly at a do it yourself pick/pull auto wreckers/wreckers for 30-100 bucks.
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