the o/d off light is on; how do I turn it off?

Asked by llucker Feb 05, 2015 at 08:20 AM about the 2007 Kia Rio Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The o/d off light is lit up on the dash; how do I turn it back off?

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on the gear shift leaver there is two buttons. the top one is used to get it out of park and the second smaller one controls the o/d fuction

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I appreciate the above post to my similar question. As for me, I tried turning off the O/D button on the gearshift, and the light still won't go off. The KIA manual also says it's supposed to go off -- clear, so to speak -- when you shut off the engine and turn it on again. However, it still says O/D OFF. Any expert help with this issue? I can't drive my automatic with only 3 speeds, of course. Thanks!

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I am having same issue. Button is not working to turn it off

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i have that problem when i accidentally spilled something in the shifter.hoping it is gone now that the liquid is gone..that worked left overnight..all better.had it since 2007 & spilled twice. this worked both times. but basically screwed until the sensor or whatever that is dries out

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