It sounds like your engine is not getting enough fuel.
You Are Putting To Much Load On Your Engine. When It Starts To Stall Drop It Into Regular Drive. Also You Need To Drive At Slow Speeds In Regular Drive. At Speeds Say Around 50 MPH You Can Use OD. By Allowing Your Car To Slug Around In Overdrive You Are Doing Your Transmission In Amoung Other Things. Your Car Was Not Designed To Run This Way. Stay Out Of Overdrive At Slow Speeds. This Should Solve Your Problem. If This Does`nt Have A Good Tune UP.
It is best to use overdrive at speeds above 55 miles per hour. Overdrive maximizes your fuel mileage at high speeds.
its always best to use your overdrive when on highways at higher speeds
No. Three speeds are normally without overdrive. There may be another transmission that you could replace it with to get overdrive.
overdrive is used to save fuel economy at cruiseing speeds,for freeway or open roads.
Overdrive lets the engine run slower at highway speeds. This saves on gas.
The overdrive is designed for speeds after 50 mph so your overdrive should not be engaged until you are driving on the highway. The overdrive gear is designed for fuel efficiency and does nothing in town.
I don't use mine until I reach highway speeds.
I think 4, with the 4th being overdrive.
Four speeds on your transmission and the overdrive is when the engine speed and the transmission speed are engaged is a interchangeable load. running "free" sort of
Yes. Overdrive is best used with longer trips at relatively constant high speed. City driving, with lots of stops, starts, and slow speeds is not what the overdrive is intended for.
If your vehicle has an automatic transmission with overdrive, then at speeds above 45 mph, it should be in overdrive, which reduces engine RPM's to save fuel.
Most likey its the TH400. If it has 4 speeds, its the 700R4 (w/overdrive)
*Turn off Overdrive when Towing. (Trailer, Boat, etc.) *Overdrive is a transmission gear with a ratio below 1:1, which improves fuel economy by reducing engine revolutions per minute at highway speeds.
Overdrive is the normally allowed position ( in overdrive the engine doesn't rev as high , the gas mileage is better , the transmission will run cooler etc. when you drive at higher speeds )
The button does not switch from Overdrive to Automatic. The button just turns the overdrive off. Overdrive is not a separate drive system as your question implies. Normally you leave the car in overdrive mode. That way the transmission shifts into overdrive at highway speeds, thus saving fuel. If you are saying the transmission is stuck in overdrive and it will not disengage then seek out a A/T professional.
The vehicle will have a higher rpm at highway speeds, lowering fuel economy. The vehicle could shudder, or jump in and out of overdrive.
One is overdrive. I believe the one with the "circle". Overdrive is used to reduce RPMs, generally at speeds 45 mph or greater.
It is called a 42rh if it has overdrive, three speeds would be a 32rh
An overdrive transmission adds an additional gear ratio to the vehicle. This additional gear allows the engine RPM's to be lower, resulting in better fuel economy at higher speeds.
Overdrive is the highest ratio gear in a vehicles transmission. It alows the car to travel at highway speeds and still keep engine speed low. In automatics it is used automatically, however you can push the button that says "overdrive" and it will turn the overdrive off. This gives you more power but limits your speed and decreases your fuel economy and longevity of the vehicle.
92 legend coupe l and ls 2nd generation have no overdrive, they run high rpm in 4th 2200 to 2500 at 60 mph and up to 3500 at higher speeds.