Even after pushing the overdrive cancel button again ? to allow the overdrive feature On my Ford Explorer with the column shift automatic , the overdrive switch is on the end of the gear selector lever
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : Overdrive is the normally allowed position If you don't want the transmission to use overdrive ( such as when towing something , or if you are driving in hilly country where you notice the transmission is constantly shifting from overdrive to drive ) push the button on the end of your gear shift lever and the ( O/D OFF light should be lit up in your dash )
The 4X4 knob should be switched to the "HIGH" position for normal on road driving. This will allow the vehicle to automatically lock the center differential according to the road conditions.
You can locate the RSC button on the 2010 Ford Explorer at the message panel.
Your Overdrive Button on your shifter is shorting out & melting,Replace it!
The start button on a start/stop is normally in what position?
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If you don't want the transmission to shift into overdrive ( such as when towing a trailer , or driving in hilly country where the transmission is constantly shifting between drive and overdrive ) push the button on the end of the gearsfift selector ( P R N etcetera ) and the O/D OFF light will appear in your dash . Overdrive is the normally allowed position , but on my 1995 Ford Explorer doesn't shift into overdrive until I'm going around 50 Miles Per Hour
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