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Honda acord lx overdrive button not doing

Keeps going in and out no its in rpm 4 at 55 mph.how can i fix so i can make it back home

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Check the wires to the OD button, or replace the OD switch

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How do I use the overdrive button in a Kia Sorento 2004 model?


I would forget about it

That is in your owners manual

I have a 2014 Nissan Frontier & that button turns off
5th gear (overdrive)

I use it on long hills at no more than 35 to 40 mph ,so it
doesn't keep shifting & keeps the rpm down,BUT I keep
my vehicles 18 years & used to own a trans shop,so I'm
in it for the long haul

It also keep the heat down in the fluid & saves clutch wear

Don't know how yours works & for everyone but me,forget it
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What is the o/d button on top of automatic gear stick for please


Over Drive..... Generally speaking, overdrive (OD) is the highest gear in the transmission. Overdrive allows the engine to operate at a lower rpm for a given road speed. This allows the vehicle to achieve better fuel efficiency, and often quieter operation on the highway. When it is switched on, an automatic transmission can shift into overdrive mode after a certain speed is reached (usually 70+ km/h [43+ mph] depending on the load). When it is off, the automatic transmission shifting is limited to the lower gears. For an automatic transmission, it is almost always best to select overdrive and allow the transmission to control engagement of the overdrive. (It may be necessary to switch it off if the vehicle is being operated in a mountainous area or when towing a trailer.) With a manual transmission, overdrive should usually be selected when the average speed is above 70 km/h (approx. 43 mph).

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Should I keep overdrive on or off? also should keep ECT on or off?


Hello. Welcome to FixYa. I am Toyota Ed, and I will be assisting you today.

The Overdrive function allows the transmission to shift an extra time, sort of like selecting 5th gear in a 5 speed manual transmission. The Overdrive, when used, will save you gas, as the engine is no longer maintaining a high RPM at normal driving speed. Look at the tach whilst driving about 45 mph, and engage/disengage the OD. You will see the tach RPM raise when the OD is off.
More RPM = lower fuel mileage,

The ECT is a different circumstance. The ECT button is used primarily when you have a heavy load in the car, or are towing something. All the ECT button does, when it is engaged, is lengthen the shift points as the transmission upshifts. Normally, the transaxle will shift into 2nd gear at 18-21 mph. When the ECT is engaged, the transaxle will shift in the area of 22 -24 mph. In short, the ECT just makes the time to the 1-2 and the 2-3 upshift longer, to compensate for the additional load being carried/towed.

I hope my assistance answers your question.

Thanks for choosing FixYa today!

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1991 honda accord lx 165k miles I just got the car and it feels like it shifts too soon, it feel like it missing a 5th gear. Going on the freeway it hits 80 mph on 4th and it I keep it going 80 at 3,000...


56k just about due for 60,000 mile srvice. When you take it in have the problem reviewed. Good uck.New trans fluid might do the trick. Good Luck, Ned

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Car will not shift into overdrive


As a response to solution #1 these cars do have an overdrive while in D-4, mine was shifting in and out at 70 mph until it finally quit and the rpm is now 3100 at 70 mph insted of 2700. The car still shifts 4 full times just not the fifth-OD. I still can't find out what fixes this problem either.

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1994 toyota paseo: overdrive problem


I would start with replacing your tranny fluid. black is no good. your tranny should hold about 7 qts of fluid. The tranny fluid runs through your radiator to help keep it cool. If your thermostat is stuck closed your eng coolant won't circulate and the coolant will get hotter inside your radiator. thus making your tranny fluid hotter and breaking it down. After time it will turn black from getting too hot. Let your car warm up to normal operating temperture then grab your upper radiator hose. It should be very warm. If not your thermostat is stuck closed.

May 30, 2009 | 1994 Toyota Paseo

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2002 chrysler concorde lx low idle


with a 2002 Concord 3.5 V-6, what should the rpm be at 60mph? 70 mph?

I'm not sure if the overdrive gear is lost in the tranny, but the transmission light is on.

Thanks

Apr 05, 2009 | 2002 Chrysler Concorde

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RPM's running alittle high at 60mph


ram1105: when you shift out of overdrive the transmission actually is in a 1-1 ratio with the input shaft of the transmission. Meaning for every revolution of the input shaft, the driveshaft turns the same number. When you shift to overdrive, the ratio changes allowing the engine speed and input shaft speed to slow down while the number of RPM's increases on the driveshaft shaft. The change is not too significant. Usually about a 500 RPM change is normal. You may have a problem with slippage within the transmission overdrive unit.
It may be advantageous to have the transmission pan dropped and it's contents inspected for debris. Older Nissan Automatics were not known for failures. The 3N71B was bullet proof and the 4N series which was just an overdrive added to it, were very reliable.
My son, best friend and I road race Nissan 300Z's. There are a variety of gear ratios for the R200 differential. The 3:70 is the tallest factory setup on a production Z, which would give you the lowest RPM at a higher speed. Outside of that, the tallest tires you can run on the car will also lower the RPM's.Don't forget there is always a trade-off. When you make a gear and change to taller gears, the car is going to feel more sluggish off the line. It will take longer to attain 0-60 unless you increase HP & Torque. I can help you there if you want to know how to do it.

Mar 23, 2009 | 1989 Nissan 300ZX

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Stick shift # Automatic RPM


That is normal,If you do the same speed in 4th gear the rpm's will almost double.

The rpm's will repond faster in a manual than an automatic.

In a manual the engine supplies the power required directly to the gear that you have selected thus the engine rpm's will increase or decrease as needed.

Jan 07, 2009 | 2002 Nissan Altima

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