Question about 2001 Dodge Durango
There is an O/D button on the dash or on the shift lever. The "O/D" stand for overdrive the vehicle is normally in the overdrive mode unless you turn it "off" with the O/D button. The only times that you should have to turn it off is. Towing or hauling a heavy load or mountain driving to have better power for pulling the steep grades and to have engine braking affect coming down the mountain. If you driving in the mountains remember to use your engine to hold your speed down, not brakes you'll burn the brakes up in no time. Read the owners manual for mountain driving. Keep in mind everytime you turn the vehicle off and restart it, it's going to go back to the O/D mode.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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