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Honda Civic Service Manual: Gauge Control Module (Speedo) Removal and Installation ('13)

Honda Civic Service Manual / Body / Driver Info & Control / Gauge Control Module (Speedo) Removal and Installation ('13)

1. Driver's Outer Vent

1.

Remove the driver's outer vent (A).

2.

If necessary, remove the duct (A).

2. Dashboard Center Pocket

1.

Remove the screws (A).

2.

Remove the dashboard center pocket (A).

3. Audio Unit Assembly (Without audio panel pocket)

NOTE:

Lay a workshop towel under the parts when working on them to protect the face panel from scratches or other damage.

Do not work in a dusty or dirty place.

Discharge static electricity from your body before and during the work.

Do not touch the circuit board(s) with your bare hands.

Do not work with dirty hands.

Do not touch the terminal connector of the flat plate cable with your bare hands (If you have touched it, wipe it off thoroughly.).

Eject the CD before disconnecting the audio unit to prevent damaging the CD player’s load mechanism.

If you are replacing the audio unit, write down the audio presets (if possible), and enter them into the new audio unit.

1.

Remove the bolts (A).

2.

Disconnect the connectors, then pull out the audio unit assembly (A).

4. Audio Unit Assembly (With audio panel pocket)

NOTE:

Lay a workshop towel under the parts when working on them to protect the face panel from scratches or other damage.

Do not work in a dusty or dirty place.

Discharge static electricity from your body before and during the work.

Do not touch the circuit board(s) with your bare hands.

Do not work with dirty hands.

Do not touch the terminal connector of the flat plate cable with your bare hands (If you have touched it, wipe it off thoroughly.).

Eject the CD before disconnecting the audio unit to prevent damaging the CD player’s load mechanism.

If you are replacing the audio unit, write down the audio presets (if possible), and enter them into the new audio unit.

1.

Remove the bolts (A).

2.

Disconnect the connectors, then pull out the audio unit assembly (A).

5. Audio-Navigation Unit Assembly

NOTE:

Lay a workshop towel under the parts when working on them to protect the face panel from scratches or other damage.

Do not work in a dusty or dirty place.

Discharge static electricity from your body before and during the work.

Do not touch the circuit board(s) with your bare hands.

Do not work with dirty hands.

Do not touch the terminal connector of the flat plate cable with your bare hands (If you have touched it, wipe it off thoroughly.).

Eject the disc before removing the audio-navigation unit to prevent damaging the CD player's load mechanism.

If you are replacing the audio-navigation unit, write down the audio presets (if possible), then enter them into the new audio-navigation unit.

When the audio-navigation unit is replaced or disconnected, do the Map Matching. This part of the initialization matches the GPS coordinates with a road on the map screen. To do this part of the procedure, make sure that the navigation system displays a map, and drive the vehicle on a mapped road shown on the map screen. Do not enter a destination at this time. When the name of the current road you are driving on appears at the bottom of the screen, the entire procedure is complete.

1.

Remove the bolts (A).

2.

Disconnect the connectors, then pull out the audio-navigation unit assembly (A).

6. Driver's Dashboard Lower Cover

1.

Remove the driver's dashboard lower cover (A).

7. Dashboard Subdisplay Visor

1.

Remove the dashboard subdisplay visor (A).

8. Dashboard Meter Visor

1.

Remove the screws (A).

2.

Remove the dashboard meter visor (A).

9. Information Display Unit

1.

Remove the information display unit (A).

2.

Disconnect the connectors.

10. Multi-Information Display Unit

1.

Remove the multi-information display unit (A).

2.

Disconnect the connectors.

11. Gauge Control Module - Speedo

1.

Remove the gauge control module (speedo) (A).

2.

Disconnect the connector.

1. Gauge Control Module - Speedo

1.

Connect the connector.

2.

Install the gauge control module (speedo) (A).

2. Multi-Information Display Unit

1.

Connect the connectors.

2.

Install the multi-information display unit (A).

3. Information Display Unit

1.

Connect the connectors.

2.

Install the information display unit (A).

4. Dashboard Meter Visor

1.

Install the dashboard meter visor (A).

2.

Install the screws (A).

5. Dashboard Subdisplay Visor

1.

Install the dashboard subdisplay visor (A).

6. Driver's Dashboard Lower Cover

1.

Install the driver's dashboard lower cover (A).

7. Audio-Navigation Unit Assembly

1.

Connect the connectors, then install the audio-navigation unit (A).

NOTE: Make sure all the connectors and the antenna lead are secure.

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2.

Install the bolts (A).

8. Audio Unit Assembly (With audio panel pocket)

1.

Connect the connectors, then install the audio unit assembly (A).

NOTE: Make sure all the connectors and the antenna lead are securely connected.

2.

Install the bolts (A).

9. Audio Unit Assembly (Without audio panel pocket)

1.

Connect the connectors, then install the audio unit assembly (A).

NOTE: Make sure all the connectors and the antenna lead are securely connected.

2.

Install the bolts (A).

10. Dashboard Center Pocket

1.

Install the dashboard center pocket (A).

2.

Install the screws (A).

11. Driver's Outer Vent

1.

Install the duct (A).

2.

Install the driver's outer vent (A).

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