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How to switch OD on? What coukd be the possible reason why it switch to OD off? Thanks!

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It could be a loose connection on the shift, have seen this b4 ,mainly on 4WD'S, maybe due to rough & corrugated roads, however, without knowing the full story, I would say a solenoid /sensor on the transmission. Imported cars, Take your cheque book, most Aussie cars, 150 / 300 $bucks, depending on your mechanic.. You can purchase a plug in code error scanner, ( $100 / $ 1000 ) the cheaper unit wont give you the exact solenoid, but will direct you in the general area of problem, & useful for the whole car / truck/ etc. The solenoid activates a valve in the transmission ,The valve maybe stuck, .Recommend replacing it once pin pointed........K

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