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Old April 14th, 2011, 06:49 PM   #1
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1995 Dodge V10 Auto trans not going into overdrive

Fluid level good, nice and red, not burnt, pressing OD button does not work, shifting into lower gear, ect no go.

Everyone once and awhile after going 15 miles it will eventually shift into OD.

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Old April 14th, 2011, 08:14 PM   #2
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might be the od switch
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Old April 17th, 2011, 08:51 PM   #3
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Sometimes the light on the OD switch (that tells you you've turned OD off) comes on, sometimes it doesn't. Is there a place to get a schematic on this? Basically would like to know whether the switch opens or closes the circuit. In the decade of owning this truck, we've never had a need to turn the OD off, so I'd just say F the switch and rewire it to be always on.
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Old April 17th, 2011, 10:00 PM   #4
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ill dig around and see if i can find one.
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Much appreciated!
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Old April 18th, 2011, 05:50 PM   #6
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Sounds like the o-rings went out in the overdrive housing. Its a common problem.
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Old June 3rd, 2011, 07:53 PM   #7
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1. O/D Switch In OFF Position.
1. Turn control switch to ON position.
2. Overdrive Circuit Fuse Blown. 2. Replace fuse. Determine why fuse failed and repair as necessary (i.e., shorts or grounds in circuit).
3. O/D Switch Wire Shorted/Open Cut. 3. Check wires/connections with 12V test lamp and voltmeter. Repair damaged or loose wire/connection as necessary.
4. Distance or Coolant Sensor Malfunction. 4. Check with DRB® scan tool and repair or replace as necessary.
5. TPS Malfunction. 5. Check with DRB® scan tool and replace if necessary.
6. Neutral Sense to PCM Wire Shorted/Cut. 6. Test switch/sensor as described in service section and replace if necessary. Engine no start.
7. PCM Malfunction. 7. Check with DRB® scan tool and replace if necessary.
8. Overdrive Solenoid Shorted/Open. 8. Replace solenoid if shorted or open and repair loose or damaged wires (DRB® scan tool).
9. Solenoid Feed Orifice in Valve Body Blocked. 9. Remove, disassemble, and clean valve body thoroughly. Check feed orifice.
10. Overdrive Clutch Failed. 10. Disassemble overdrive and repair as needed.
11. Hydraulic Pressure Low. 11. Pressure test transmission to determine cause.
12. Valve Body Valve Stuck. 12. Repair stuck 3-4 shift valve, 3-4 timing valve.
13. O/D Piston Incorrect Spacer. 13. Remove unit, check end play and install correct spacer.
14. Overdrive Piston Seal Failure. 14. Replace both seals.
15. O/D Check Valve/Orifice Failed. 15. Check for free movement and secure assembly (in piston retainer). Check ball bleed orifice.
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