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My o/d light started flashing out of nowhere and the button seems stuck. 1996 thunderbird. The button was stuck once before but the o/d was on then the button was fine next day. What could it be?

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Well,if the button sticks, that's the problem. It's an electrical contact and it has to work and pop back out. don-ohio

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