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1997 Mercury Mountaineer Overdrive flashing


When the OD light flashes it means the transmission has developed a fault. As to what the fault may be is yet to be seen without the system being scanned. In many cases the light indicates the transmission is slipping, you may not feel it slipping, but the computer (called the PCM) senses it through the internal speed sensors that measure main shaft input speed and shaft output speed in RPM. Other problems like shift solenoids can cause this as well. Another factor can be the transmission fluid is worn out, it should be replaced along with a new filter every 60,000 miles minimum.

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My 2011 Lexus RX350 has just 100 miles on it and the slip indicator light comes on, flashes a few times, and then goes off when I step on the gas. This has only happened a few times. Also, it rolls...


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The flashing OD light indicates there is a problem in the transmission control system. When the Transmission Control Unit detects a malfunction it will flash the OD light and store a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) in the computer. You will need to have a Ford Dealer pull the codes and determine exactly what is wrong.
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Your alternator/AC belt is slipping, or was slipping and has since fallen off.

The AC light flashing indicates a speed control issue on the compressor, due to the belt slipping on it when it got wet.

The battery and brake lights illuminating is indicative of no charging voltage from your alternator, due to it not spinning when the belt slipped and/or came off.

Check the belt to see if it is present, and if it is, check to make sure it is tight.

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Actually,when the O/D light is flashing,the vehicle is indicating a problem within that specific system.When this happens with any system on the vehicle,a diagnostic trouble code is set in the vehicle computer's memory.What you did by disconnecting the battery was simply to erase the trouble code from the computer's memory.If the transmission feels like it is slipping,it probably is,and that's where the problem will be.You can drive the vehicle,and the code will reset again sooner or later,as will the O/D light flashing.Have the vehicle scanned when the code resets,try not to drive it very hard,because if the trans is slipping,driving it will worsen the damage/cost to repair.

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