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    Posted: April 01 2008 at 9:54pm
Hi everyone. I hope someone can help me here. I just bought a used Mountaineer and it has all wheel drive and a button marked overdrive. Does this need to be on of off? I looked in the book, but I didn't see anything about it.
 
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For normal driving, turn the override button off.

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Thanks for the reply. I found mixed opinions after I searched this last night. Some said leave it on all the time, others said turn it on only when driving on the highway.

 

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When putting the car in reverse or drive, should it roll automatically? When I put it in drive it doesn't move until i hit the gas, same way when in reverse. Is that okay?  TIA!!
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Many cars drive forward or backwards when you shift into the appropriate gear.  But, if your car is idling at the correct level, I wouldn't worry if it isn't.
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