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Old 12 Oct 2007, 01:26 am
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Default My wife was driving...and...check engine light ...and

I have a '95 Honda Accord. My wife was driving it and the check engine light came on. Next, she called me and told me the speedometer wasn't working... Any thoughts on what's going on?

Also, I'm in AZ. If it's serious, any recommendations on a reliable Honda shop?

Thanks for the help.

Mark
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