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Would a 97 have a fuse for the O/D on off button?

The past owner of my car installed an after market shifter knob and removed the O/D Button.

After buying and installed a stock shifter I found out that the O/D button works but it stopped working a sort time later.

When it stopped working I touched the two wires together, when I did that the O/D Off light popped on so I did the same thing to get it off and now it no longer works????
 

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Would a 97 have a fuse for the O/D on off button?

The past owner of my car installed an after market shifter knob and removed the O/D Button.

After buying and installed a stock shifter I found out that the O/D button works but it stopped working a sort time later.

When it stopped working I touched the two wires together, when I did that the O/D Off light popped on so I did the same thing to get it off and now it no longer works????
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Page 29-2 of the EVTM shows a 5A fuse (HOT IN RUN) connected with a P/O wire to the O/D switch (momentary contact type) . From the other contact of the switch a T/W wire is run to the PCM Pin 29.
 

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The 5A fuse should not normally blow, if the wires are getting pinched or nicked to GND then.... If there was no fuse it could smoke the harness.
 

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I drove around all day today pushing the button trying to see if it would freak out and never did so maybe it was just something I did with one of the wires.

I checked around the wiring and did not see any hot spots or places were it could have grounded out, it's one of them 1 in 100000 things I guess. .
 
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