Overdrive is the normal driving position. The vehicle will automatically upshift to second, third and fourth gears. The transaxle will shift into the
correct gear when the right speed is reached. With the O/ D OFF, the transaxle will operate in first, second and third gears and will not shift into fourth gear. Operating in Drive (O/ D OFF) provides more engine braking than Overdrive for descending hills, or city driving.
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