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Not enough to really go on. I will say that most vehicles, not just Honda's, if equiped with overdrive will have a overdrive off indicator that tells you when your overdrive button is not pressed. Other than this, with no more info to go on is my best guess.
I worked at Dealership which sold these things new. The transmission is notoriously weak...have a transmission shop you trust check it out. I have rebuilt a few of those transmissions,and overdrive is usually the first thing to let go.Don't drive it for long:the contamination running thru the trans.will cause more damage,add to the repair and leave you stranded somewhere.Sorry but I don't think you are getting away cheaplyThe Honda Passport is a Rodeo with a Honda grille.you can still buy some Isuzu mechanical stuff thru Honda stores.Good luck
Check the OD solenoid on top of the tranny (drverside) apply 12V + to it and take for a test run if she works then you know the problem may be the OD relay, temp switch or its wiring. I had just simply rewired a new OD switch.
it is probably the vehicle speed sensor. Tells computer how fast the car is going so it will shift at proper time. A tech with a scan tool can run the EEC test and read the codes and tell you if it's the speed sensor. easy repair. Buy speed sensor on Ebay
OVERDRIVE ENGAGEMENT IS TIED TO THE SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL, THE SYSTEM WILL NOT GO INTO OD UNTIL THE CAR REACHES A CERTAIN SPEED, IN MOST CASES AROUND 35-40 MPH, THE SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL TELLS THE ECU WHEN THE CORRECT SPEED HAS BEEN REACHED.