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I know if it happened to me, the first thing I'd do is monitor the tach an look for the higher rpms once the light comes on. That would determine whether its just a faulty sensor or if it's actually falling out of O/D.
My O/D control has been completely manual, it does not change unless I push the button, mine is a '98 though. I have had to rebuild my tranny but the mechanic told me it was vulnerable to damage from the factory. They put a checkball in it to keep fluid from back draining that wasn't necessary and inhibits flow that causes the damage. The mechanic said: "whenever we get one of these trucks in for tranny service, one of the first things we do is take out that @#$% checkball."
 
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