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Depending on mileage and care...100K+ could mean low on tranny fluid (1) dirty clogged tranny fluid & filter (2) wheel bearing worn/locked? If you think it is dirty/low on tranny fluid, try adding a bottle or 2 of Lucas Oil Transmission Stabilizer...works great without draining anything...try this first...any other symptoms?
The overdrive works in serial with the indicator light on the instrument cluster,( OD) light, from here there a positive that feed one section on the control. Fix the short on the dash cluster then your overdrive become to work properly
Need to scanned to know is some fault code is stored there; keep in mind that the ESP (Electronic Stability Program) is one system integrated at ABS system, fauls are self diagnostic and turn on warning light.
you will get conficting views on this but Toyota worldwide use fully synthetic from new out of the factory.BUT in Europe use semi synthetic for 20k service intervals...personally I would use fully synthetic untill 75k then semi after.and change the oil/filter every 10k.my own car has over 300k and uses a pint every 10k,which is acceptable.