WHAT THE PUPORSE OF THAT BUTTON YOU PRESS AND THE WORD HOLD WIL APPEAR ON DASH

Asked by Feb 11, 2013 at 09:56 AM about the 2001 Mazda MPV

Question type: Car Customization

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It has to do with the OBD, not sure quite what..looking...... but if you answer please it would be to your benefit..where? Describe the button? I am not going to go search without information I need but am happy to help. IF you answer

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The HOLD light indicates the driver has selected NOT to allow the car to shift into a higher gear (i.e., 5th gear -also called Overdrive). It is mostly used when driving uphill when the driver wants to prevent the car from shifting into a gear that is too high and possibly could cause the engine to lug (over-strain).

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