Question about 2005 Ford F-150
No overdrive past 40mph
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The overdrive light blinking means that a fault code has been stored in the computer, this can be for many different reasons. The car isn't actually turning overdrive on and off, it is just a way to alert you of a problem. Getting the computer scanned will provide a fault code eg. P(XXXX) if you can get this code I can help you further. -Jared
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: will not shift into overdrive
There is an electronic sensor on the outside of the transmission.Change the filter and fluid and replace sensor.The sensor costs around $150.
"High speed" probably is over drive,so if it is turned off,it can't engage.I have found that cutting the overdrive switch on and off can cause excessive wear and tear on the overdrive.
Regardless have the car scaned for a any codes thay is causing the problem. Just trying to keep the cost of repairs down by know exactly what the ECM has in it's memory for any malfunction that is creating your overdrive from engaging.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
sorry to say this trans has to be removed and rebuilt seems like od clutches burnt out-do you tow heavy trailer with truck as you have to tow with od off(push button on shifter)
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
check your fluid level in your transmission. you may need to change the filter. if that doesn't fix your problem it may be due for rebuild. especially if you do lots of towing or have lots of miles on it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
Check the Fuse for the OD function, this is cab fuse panel fuse #29, 5A.
If This fuse is blown, chances are the wires at the end of the shift lever are chaffed and causing the problem. This happens some times ( can't say why ), but it is simple enough to check and repair the wires if the insulation is chaffed.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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