When the o/d light off light is on you are in drive on a auto and if the light is off it can go into o/d. Overdrive should be used at all times on the highway. Any time a speed of over 75kph is obtained and wants to be kept. unless pulling a trailer or climbing a hill. Which a contour will not do well at all. Od is for good mileage and less rpm on the engine which means longer lasting engine. If you are to be changing speeds often like from 30kph to 100kph and up and down, lock the od off. Switching constantly from od to drive is hard on the tranny. , I am doing this and handing out Halloween candy at the same time so kinda hard to do! Later
fuel economy, very effective during highway driving,
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You have a proble with the OD. Take it to a professional.
If you are talking about the automatic transmissions, the 1990 had a 3 spd w/OD. and if the 1996 has the same engine then it most likely has the 3 spd, but if the 1996 has the 2.4 liter engine then it most likely has the 4 spd w/OD.
If you are pulling a trailer you should use the D instead of the OD this will give you more power to the wheels. As for the other lower gears they would come in handy say if you lost your brakes and needed to decelerate other than that you should just put it in OD
Overdrive is basically the cruising gear. In a car with an automatic transmission, you can drive in OD all the time. You should be driving in OD anytime you are traveling over 40-45 MPH. (This is the speed at which your car will automatically) shift into OD if you have it placed in that gear to start with. OD saves strain on the transmission and I would speculate the drive train, also. Your car will coast more easily in OD and use less fuel. The only time I consider not using OD is when I am in town at speeds under 40 MPH.
A malfunction has been detected , have it checked out
Leave it in OD all the time. The computer will figure it out for you.
should be a button on the shifter, maybe its a small one, push it in and the OD light should appear next to the gauges.
it is happened to to my car and I replaced the transmission range sensor. it is located on the top of the transmission at the left side of the battery. good luck
OD= Overdrive. There will be a switch to engage/disengage the OD located on the shifter, or on the console in close proximity to the shift lever. It should even have a marking on it.
The main use is for turning the OD off when towing.The main use is for turning the OD off when towing.
It should. If there is a switch on the dash or shifter lever that is labeled OD off, you will know for sure.It should. If there is a switch on the dash or shifter lever that is labeled OD off, you will know for sure.
Just put the gear shifter into od and go.Just put the gear shifter into od and go.
od light is the overdrive unit on the transmission. If you drive on the freeway you should have the overdrive unit on, on the streets the unit should be off. The light usually doesn't have anything to do with overheating. I would look for some other issue.
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The rod bolts that you use for this product are ACC 215 Rod bolts.
OD has 2 meanings you can OD(over dose) or the slang way OD(over doing it) OD also stands for "Organizational Deevelopment"
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It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).It stands for Doctor of Optometry (OD).
The tcc solenoid is part of the od solenoid assembly.
I have a 1996 Prizm LSI and the OD switch is a small round button on the side of the shift lever. You could have accidentally switched it off and that is why you get the light.
u should be because they are a bunch od picky scum
On the upper dash right of the steering wheel next to the overdrive (OD) switch