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Can you make the civics sat nav display actual speed like a tom tom does?

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Yes you can, as per above, but you are stuck in the diagnostic menu and not the map screen.

This seems a wasted feature as who wants to drive around with the diagnostic menu displayed all the time !

We all know that the GPS speed is different to the dash speed but there would be no shame on Honda to allow us to display 2 different speeds IMO.
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TBH I'm a bit wary of installing a Speedo Healer.

I don't want to invalidate any warranty or give any cause for suspicion at service time that I've had a fiddle where I shouldn't.
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