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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try having the fuel filter changed first and have the timing checked and I don't know how many miles on the truck but check low or uneven cylinder compression pressure remove spark plugs and test the compression with a gauge but before doing all this it could be a weak or faulty ignition system
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Remove your fuse block cover and look in with a flashlight, towards the passenger side rear you'll see a white tall relay. if you can get your fingers on it pull it out and crack loose the plastic housing, take the housing off and with a fingernail fileboard, clean the contacts between the closing contact. after doing this take a piece of fiberglas tape and tape closed the relay contact. This will leave the car in overdrive mode all the time. Why not, unless you want to pay nearly 110-130 dollars for the relay. The color "might" be black but the last one I did was white. Make sure by looking up the relay legend on the rear of the fuseblock cover.You didn't mention the yellow upwards pointing arrow on the dash while you're driving, that concerns me, although the last one was a 1990 740. Best of luck. P.S. The only reason you would not want overdrive is to pull a trailer up a mountainside and I don't think you want to be doing that with "this" car, right? Good luck my friend.Dana
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Testimonial: "My wife had read that this might be a relay problem - I really appreciate the detailed advice on how to rig that, but I might just get another one."
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