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Old 13 Aug 2013, 04:47 pm
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Default i have honda civic 2007 when i drive 15mph sppedometer gp up to 35mph why some body know that?

i have honda civic 2007 when i drive 15mph sppedometer gp up to 35mph why some body know that?
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Old 13 Aug 2013, 05:02 pm
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you have a loose wire connection common for the honda and acura brand
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