Over Drive

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Asked by SenseCommonNot May 07, 2019 at 08:58 AM about the 1995 Ford Explorer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1995 Ford Explorer.
Occasionally the “Overdrive Off” will
begin flashing while I’m driving.  What
could be causing this?

3 Answers

240

The indicator bulb is probably going to burn out..Could try pulling gauge cluster n replaced the bulb n see if it fixes the issue..if your not having any tranny issues just the light acting up the bulbs definitely probably going bad..

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Thank you Ed9626 and Boostdy8! I appreciate your feedback VERY Much!! They are VERY helpful! Evidently the Ford Fairy visited during the night because the next day when I went to drive it there wasn't a flashing OD light. I love driving the Explorer. It needs some TLC, I bought it used and it's showing 290+k miles.

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LOL oh my! I'm afraid you are correct. So I'm talking nicely to her and telling her what a champion she is......then I hold my breath, say a prayer and start her up!

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