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Overdrive light flashing, won't shift from first to second unless let off gas pedal

Transmission Control Switch (TCS)
The transmission control switch (TCS) is a momentary contact switch that allows the driver to cancel operation of 5th (overdrive) gear.
The TCS is located on the end of the selector lever.
When the driver initially presses the TCS a signal is sent to the powertrain control module (PCM).
The PCM uses the shift solenoids to disengage/disable 5th gear operation and activate the coast clutch.
At the same time the PCM illuminates the transmission control indicator lamp (TCIL), to notify the driver that 5th gear is canceled.
When the TCS is pressed again, 5th gear operation is enabled, the coast clutch is released and the TCIL is turned off.
Whenever the ignition is cycled (vehicle shut off then started again) the TCS is turned off and 5th gear will be enabled, even if the TCS had been on when the ignition was shut off.
Transmission Control Indicator Lamp (TCIL)
The transmission control indicator lamp (TCIL) is located in the instrument panel and is labeled O/D OFF. It is illuminated in conjunction with the transmission switch (TCS).
The TCIL will flash if the EPC solenoid circuit is shorted or a fault has been detected in a monitored sensor used for transmission operation.

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The operation of the transmission is controlled by the powertrain control module (PCM). Many input sensors provide information to the PCM. The PCM then controls actuators which determine transmission operation.

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What can I do my self to fix. TCS. abs on my 04 ford expedition CLT 4/4

The TCS and ABS are all highly complicated systems that need specialized parts and skills. It is not pure mechanical like replacing oil or tyre to be able to perform oneself. Moreover the ABS and TCS controls may not used in many tropical countries but are life saving in others especially in cold weathers. I would not risk the cost of precious cargo when it comes to unknown systems

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What does the indicator TCS off mean?

tcs= traction control system
it controls the power each wheel is recieving to prevent wheel slippage in slick condition during acceleration.
either you have activated the switch turning it off.
or there is a fault in the system

this will not affect the car in normal driving conditions. and can easily be compensated for in slick condition with some training/experience

May 01, 2014 | 2005 Honda Accord

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How to replace tcs on an 99 accord

Traction Control System (TCS)
did you read the manual yet, the FSM. it covers this.
why not say the real story , with symptoms or?????
Get the FSM at Honda.
log into and read there.
i have no idea what you are doing. or why.

Jan 28, 2014 | 2001 Honda Odyssey

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What tcs means?

Depends on where it is used - - could be traction control system.

Jan 23, 2013 | 2001 Honda Odyssey

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1990 volvo 740gl far left corner of dashboard has a yellow light thats on constantly. a diagram of a car with a zigzag road. whats that mean.

Either you have a problem with the TCS (Traction Control System), or the TCS is switched off. Most cars with TCS have a button on the shift or the dash labeled "TCS" or "TCS OFF". Find the button, and press it with the car running in gear. If the light goes out, problem solved.
If you cannot manually disengage TCS (no button), or when you press the TCS button the light flashes, check all your brakes and make sure none are dragging or worn out. Also make sure all your tires are properly inflated and balanced, and none are worn out.
TCS works by controlling your brakes on slippery roads and will dynamically apply the brakes to each wheel in order to prevent a skid, even when your foot is not on the brake pedal. During normal driving, the TCS light is out and will either come on briefly or flash when it is active and preventing your car from going into a skid. When the light is on constantly, the system is disabled- either because it was shut off by the driver pressing the TCS (or TCS OFF) button, or because the system has detected a brake problem and automatically disabled it for safety reasons. Worn or dragging brakes, a tire that is flat or worn, or even a wheel that is badly out of balance will cause the system to disable itself, and a severe wheel alignment problem will also.

Apr 15, 2011 | 1990 Volvo 740

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My TCS indicator light comes on and stays on

some markets have a button on the dash with tcs/abs and a dash light saying "tcs off".if your car has not got the button then you cant turn it off(germany no)abs/tcs should only be turned off in deep snow,otherwise best left alone,unless you have been taught how to drive with/without.....(on ice you wants the wheels to turn,on snow you want the snow to wedge to slow you down......)see what i mean???

Apr 24, 2010 | 2004 Honda Accord

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TCS light on

The TCS (Traction Control System) indicator comes on or flashes under the following conditions:

When you turn the ignition switch
to ON (II).

When you manually turn off the

It flashes when the TCS is
regulating wheelspin.

If the system's diagnostics senses
a problem in the TCS, the indicator
will come on and stay on.

If the brakes overheat, the
indicator will come on.

If the TCS indicator comes on and stays on for more than 10 minutes while driving, pull to the side of the road when it is safe and turn off the engine. Reset the system by restarting the engine, and watch the TCS indicator. If the indicator remains on, or comes back on while driving, have the system inspected by your Honda dealer. You can still drive the vehicle without TCS.

This indicator will come on along with the ABS indicator if there is a problem in the anti-lock brake system.
The TCS indicator may occasionally come on for one or two seconds and then go out. This is normal.

Hope this helps you figure it out.

Dec 14, 2009 | 2000 Honda Odyssey

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