I drive a 1994 Honda Civic LX, 5 speed, D15b7 Okay so When I got my car the previous owner said that the speedometer just started to not work like its suppose to. 8 Months later I decided I want to fix it because I'm trying to trade the car to a friend. It used to come on and go off while driving so I'm used to using my tachometer to tell how fast I'm going. I started looking around and seen that the previous owner cut one of the wires to the VSS and I tugged on it and the wire came out of it, feeling eager to fix the problem I grabbed a soldering iron and some electrical tape and I fixed it myself. Thinking to myself I was like, why not. So I took the VSS out to inspect it and realized that the middle pin that the connector goes on is broken and it fell out. Feeling like I actually knew what the problem was I got another VSS and replaced it. It worked and then stopped, and worked and stopped. So I think either one of the wires has a short and or I need a new gauge cluster/speedometer. I was gonna get another cluster and if that doesn't work I'll re-run me some wires. Am I doing this right? or missing anything?