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Why does my Mazda Proteges overdrive go off and on on its own?

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2006-07-27 13:11:12
2006-07-27 13:11:12

My Mazda Protege LX did the same thing, especially when it was hot out. I eventually found out it was a loose wire behind my overdrive switch located in the shift column. The overdrive button pops right out with a tight grasp and a little tug. See if both wires are still connected to the switch.

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