My abs light came on and my speed odometer stopped working and now my truck wont shift
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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Feb 15, 2010 |
1998 Chevrolet K1500