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Where is the overdrive selenoid

Last time i drive the car i press overdrive button and now the car is always in neutral

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    m_larose_clo Oct 25, 2012

    there is no more speed the car run but dont move since i press overdrive button

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You either have a transmission problem, or a gearbox problem. It has nothing to do with an overdrive button. Overdrive buttons are used mainly for towing in automatic vehicles, increasing the torque and lowering the RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) on an engine.

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