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Old 03-26-2009
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O/D button operation.

The O/D on/off button on my 02 does not work. Since I work at a auto shop I can get the whole shifter assembly for about 50 bucks. I was wondering though how the button works. Is it an on/off switch or a momentary on/off switch that is normally open? I'm guess it is momentary normally open. When you hit the button it sends source voltage to the trans and kicks the OD off.

I thought maybe I could just cut the wires inside the column and run them down to a different button if the problem is in the switch.
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Not sure what kind of switch it is but mine went bad in my ranger also, you have to replace the whole shifter assembly cost me a whole $5 bucks out of the junk yard...
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