how do i turn off 'O/D-OFF' light on the Toyota Camry 2001 speedometer?

Asked by Dec 22, 2007 at 06:03 AM about the 2001 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hi,

i saw 'O/D OFF' light on my speedometer. How do I turn it off?

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First, the "O/D OFF" light on your dash is telling you that it's already off. Second, there should be a button on your gear shifter (or maybe on the center console) that allows you to turn it on/off at the flip of a switch. People think of the overdrive as an "additional gear". Although it's not exactly correct, this "additional gear" allows for fuel savings during long (highway) drives. You should try it sometime. You could turn it on and should notice a fuel savings across the span of your trip.

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what about, if the O/D went light off...so mean light bulb out too right?

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I just turned my overdrive light to back off and it was on the handle the shift gears. Thank you so much!

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