No heat, a/c, odometer, speedometer, ABS light on, doors
Fuse #10, which controls the heat, a/c, abs, odom., speed., etc. keeps blowing the minute I put it in. The back sliding doors also do not work, only work when vehicle is off. I also have the O/D light blinking just when I start the vehicle, once I am driving it goes off. Help!
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You could have a faulty speedometer/odometer combination meter causing a false Vehicle Speed Sensor error.
My 1998 Sienna had the following symptoms:
- Speedometer and odometer failed intermittently
- The check engine light would come on and I would get a p0500 code in the OBDII.
- The cruise control would stop working at the same time the speedometer failed.
There is a speed sensor in each one of the tires and they feed the speed information to the ABS ECU. From the ABS ECU the speed signal goes to the speedometer/odometer combination meter, and from there it goes to the Engine Control Module and to the Cruise Control ECU. I could see a signal coming into the speedometer/odometer, but no signal going out. Replacing the speedometer/odometer combination meter fixed the problem.
If the speedo and odometer are not working it could be the speed sensor in the transmission. And the speed sensor could also knock out the ABS and traction control systems. Have you had the body computer scanned for trouble codes ?
Without seeing the vehicle for myself, I would say that you have blown the fuse for the ECM-B. Check for this fuse in the distribution box under the hood on the driver's side of the engine compartment against the firewall. Since your vehicle is a four wheel drive, it is possible this problem originated from a mud-clogged ABS sensor, mud/debris in the wheel sensors, danaged ABS sensor wiring from off-road use, etc. Fuses blow for a reason, so if replacing the blown fuse with the exact same-rated ampacity fuse doesn't fix the problem, and it blows the fuse again immediately or shortly after replacement, DO NOT use a larger fuse: this CAN cause a fire. If the fuse re-blows, keep digging. The ABS controller may have problems, or the ABS individual wheel apply servos may be bad. The ECM's control everything from the air conditioning to the transmission shift points, so the problem could really be anywhere. Good luck. Sometimes these can be time consuming.
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Its a faulty switch/sensor on your brakes master cylinder. The switch leaks brake fluid into the wires connected to it causing a short in the circuit and blowing the fuse that controls the ABS, odometer, speedometer and cruise control. This problem can also cause a fire. A fire can occur even when the car is off. Go to this link to find out how to fix the problem. - http://www.fordwindstarrecall.info/
Usually the ABS computer knows what it is doing. You may want someone to hookup a scanner to the ABS test port.
When I had my speedometer and odometer act up, it turned out to be a bad alternator. You might want to check yours.