keep the overdrive shaft button pressed, there is a panel light called "O/D" that should light indicating the overdrive is OFF. In that case make sure the light is OFF which means overdrive is ON.
When it has been pressed and the light is on, the transmission is limited to 3rd gear.
Overdrive switch is located on the gear shift stick, just below the handle. You could toggle with your right thumb to see if the O/D light comes on when pressed.
This is a problem with the speedometer, not with the engine.
When the overdrive button is pushed, the overdrive is shut OFF. ======================================================= But if you push the button again the overdrive is allowed , so it would be ON So , if you are on the highway or freeway where the speed is higher just look at the RPM on your tachometer to tell if you are in overdrive because the RPM will be lower
It's a button on the shifter that you pressed by accident. OVERDRIVE OFF. Used for hilly driving.
Overdrive warning? Does it say "Overdrive Off" or "OD Off"? If so, it's not a warning... just an indicator. Most newer vehicles have this feature. On my Explorer it was on the end of the gear shifter. I just pressed the button and turned overdrive off. All it does it change the shift points for your transmission... saves a little gas when turned on (it's usually on by default). It makes my tranny shift at higher rpms so as to "get more" out of each gear... hope this helps.
It usually means you have a bulb burned out on that side. I can't remember if it's front or back.
This signals that the computer is in a standby or "sleep" mode. Most parts of the hardware are turned off by the BIOS until a key on the keyboard is pressed or the mouse is moved.
You can't. If the lights didn't stop blinking, no one would know you were stopping. Re: I gues that´s the point of the third light, because when you are stopped, no one knows, you are about to do something else, like backing to park, or that you are stooped and they need to go around you...
My 1998 explorer 5.0 did the same thing, i noticed the light flashing, then noticed that it hadnt shifted into overdrive. so i pressed the overdrive button *located on the end of shifter* it then shifted into overdrive and the light shut off. This happens easily, the button is very sensitive, the slightest touch even from shifting from Park to Drive can activate it. The button is for towing or hauling so you will substain torque and speed. hope this helps, write back if you still need help.
No, they are not pressed on.