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I recently did a trani job changed all seals etc now i am not getting overdrive all the gears are changing on time but no od what can be the problem thanks

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Torque converter or the shift solenoids would be where I check.

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

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    daddyfreeze Jan 14, 2013

    thank you we are checking on the solenoid

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SOURCE: Hyundai Overdrive wont engage

It is not suggested strip and twist wires. Better take it to an authorized service station to check what causes the problem.Is it OVERDRIVE SWITCH or CRUISE CONTROL MODULE faulty?
Over drive switch has three points. (5 to 4 selects "ON" or 5 to 6 selects "OFF").
Right click on following schematic, "save picture as" to a location in your PC so you have a ZOOM IN view.


CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM SCHEMATICS
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there is an sensor on the speed odmeter cable on the side of transmission. it will kill thr overdrive and cruise control but not the speedometer. about $50.fixed 2 explorers that way

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check fluid level od is first to go when fluid gets low

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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I had a similar problem with my 98 mystique when i bought it used. I had no overdrive and was lucky to find a honest transmission shop that found the problem. In my case the overdrive was unplugged. They plugged it back in,cleared the computer and changed my tranny fluid and i was good to go. You should be revving about 2400rpm at 65mph. The other thing you can check is to make sure that the wires that go from the overdrive button are not broken off or coroded.

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SOURCE: Mazda Premacy Timing Belt Change

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The Front Oil Seal must be replaced when the Timing Belt/Chain is replaced. It is located behind the Crankshaft Pulley on the Crankshaft.

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