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What is the work of a turbo timer?

Why should I invest in a turbo timer for my td4? which light on the dash board of a td4 shows that I need to change the oil? Is there a 4wd indicator on the td4 dashboard? Does the automatic td4 of 2004 have an overdrive and ECO buttons?How does the navigation instrument on the td4 work? Can I shift from auto to manual or from manual to auto when the td4 is moving? Thanks in advance.

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Try reading the handbook that came with the car this will tell you all need to know

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SOURCE: 2000 es300 lexus auto w overdrive button overdrive 4th gear not work

There isn't anything wrong with your car. This is perfectly normal. I have a 2000 ES300 as well as other people that I know and it operates in the same way. Overdrive doesn't mean the same thing for every car or transmission. In our case overdrive is simply a reference to the top gear which is 4th gear. When you switch overdrive off(which is depressing the button causing the O/D OFF dash light to illuminate,) the highest gear becomes 3rd because you turned 4th gear or overdrive off. The application scenario for this is usually mountainous terrain where a lot of uphill driving makes it more feasible not to up shift into 4th gear while ascending and descending. It will not switch back to overdrive or 4th gear until you re-engage it by turning the overdrive back on or repressing the button. Again, when the O/D OFF dash light is illuminated, overdrive which is 4th gear is off and the highest gear will then become 3rd. It will never shift into 4th gear while this light is illuminated or overdrive is off. When you press the button and the O/D OFF dash light is NOT illuminated overdrive is on and therefore it will shift into 4th gear as usual. This applies to all 97-2001 ES300's and probably any other car you drive tat exhibits this same type of change when overdrive is turned off.

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SOURCE: my 4WD does not work, no light on dashboard

Two things happen when you select 4WD in this car. Moving the transfer lever physically selects the gears that will turn the prop shaft to the front diff. At the same time, a switch in the transfer box tells a pump to supply pressure to the diff engagement diaphragm in the front diff housing. This joins the diff spider gears to the front drive shafts. Once the air pressure remains fixed, the 4WD light on the dash will remain lit solid. Obviously, a number of problems could be causing your lack of 4WD. The most common would be the air line(s) from the pump (behind the front bumper, LH side usually) to the diff being pulled off, cut, or crushed during 4WD'ing. Failure of the pump, the relay control unit that powers the pump, the switch that turns it on and off are all possibilities too. As you have no 4WD lamp on the dash, you may have a blown globe too (unlikely) as this should flash if air pressure can't be maintained. You would still have 4WD! See if you can select 4WD with the ignition OFF and listen for any relay or pump noise. I'm not sure you can actually do this without the engine running, but it will be a lot easier to hear with the engine off. If you can hear the pump and everything else is OK, The problem may actually be in the diff. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

Testimonial: "thank you.you right there is so many possible reasons why the front wheels dont engage i cannot solve this on my own,i take car to the service.cheers"

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